Logical operations , Electrical Engineering

Logical Operations

Various  operations like and  or exclusive  or complement compare and rotate are called  logical  operations. Generally flags ( not all always) are modified in all these  operation except complement  operation, in which no  flag is  modified.

The readers are  advised to read carefully about  various flags  for each instruction.

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