Mov - move instruction, Electrical Engineering

MOV ( Move ) Instruction

It copies  the contents of the sources register into destination register. The general format is .

This  instruction  is used  to copy 8 bit  from source  to destination.  There are three  different format for MOV instruction to move data from  register to register , register to memory  and memory  to register as discussed below.

 

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