Lda load accumulator direct instruction, Electrical Engineering

LDA  Load Accumulator Direct Instruction

This instruction is used to copy  data from  memory whose  address is directly specified in the  instruction to th e accumulator. The instruction format is

LAD  16 - bit  address       (A- 16 bit  address )

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