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LDAX  Load Accumulator Indirect Instruction

This instruction is used to copy data  from memory  location pointed by register  pair only  BC or DE  to the accumulator  HL pair cannot  be used in this  instruction. The  instruction format is .

LDAX Rp (A - [RP])

 

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