Lhld load hl pair direct instruction, Electrical Engineering

LHLD  Load  HL Pair Direct  Instruction

This  instruction is used to copy the  content  of memory  location specified  by opened  in register L  and copy the content of next  memory  location in register H.  Suppose  memory  location specified  by operand is 3010H then the next  memory  location  would by 3011H. The  LHLD instruction  would therefore  copy the  content  of memory   location 30110H in  register  L  and  copy the  content  of memory  location 3011H in register  H. The  instruction format is

LHLD 16  bit  address

( L - [ 16 bit address]

H -  [16 -bit address +1

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