One byte instructions , Electrical Engineering

One byte Instructions

One byte  instruction include  both the opcode  operand in the  same byte. To identify  one byte  instruction one  must  observe followings  things .

The instruction do not have  any 8 bit  data  or 16 bit  data as its  operand

The instructions  do not  have any operand.

Such  instructions are one byte  instructions and require one memory  locations to store  then in memory.

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