Not-logical instruction-microprocessor, Assembly Language

NOT : Logical Invert: The NOT instruction complements (inverts) the contents of an a memory location or operand register bit by bit. The instance are as following:

Example :

NOT     AX
NOT     [5000H]

If the content of AX is 200FH, the first instance instruction will be executed as shown.

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The result DFFOH will be in the destination register AX.

 

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