Load stack pointer - stack operations , Electrical Engineering

Load Stack Pointer

This  instruction loads the stack  pointer  register with the 16 - bit  data specified in the   instruction. The 16 - bit  data. When  stored in sp  register, becomes  the memory  address of the  top of the   stack.  The instruction format i

         LXISP  16 bit address

This  instruction is similar to LXI  instruction we have  already studied in data copy operations but specially  discussed here  since it is used to initialise the stack pointer register.


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