Masking - immediate with accumulator instruction , Electrical Engineering

Masking

As we know the MASJ is used  to cover  some part  of our  face  which  we want to hide  and to  show  other part of the face  which  we want to show.

Similarly  the masking is a process in  assembly language programming  by which  the unwanted bits of any data  can be hidden  and only  the required bits remain available.

AND operation may  be used  for this purpose. We choose a data byte  called masking  byte which  has 0 in the position where bit  are to  hidden  and I in the position where  bit are  to be shown.

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