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What will be the output for the following instruction if CX=9087H and AX=9090H?
1) BTR AH,2? 10010000=10010000
2) BTC CX,9?1001000010000111=1001000110000111
3) NEG AX?1001000010010000=0110111101101111+1=0110111101110000
4) NOT CX?1001000010000111=0110111101111000
5) BTS CL,6?10000111=10100111
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