Logically and the contents of register, Electrical Engineering

Logically AND  the contents of Register

Contents of  register are logically AND with the accumulator bit wise. The result  of the AND  operation is  stored  in the accumulator. The  instruction format is

ANAR        (A-A&R)

Flags :S, Z and P  are modified  according to the result CY  is always  reset. AC   it always set.

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