General purpose registers, Electrical Engineering

General  Purpose  Registers

Registers B, C ,D, E H , and L   are 8 bit  general  purpose  registers. These  registers store  8 bit  data  temporarily  for processing.

Some  time it  required to store  16 bit  data. In 8085 microprocessor BC, DE, and HL  are used  as register  pairs to store  16 bit data.

Hence  there are 6 general  purpose 8 bit  registers and they  can be  3 pairs as 16 bits registers.

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