Push instruction - stack operations , Electrical Engineering

PUSH Instruction

This  instruction copies  the contents  of the specified  register  pair into the  stack. The  contents  of stack  pointer register  are decremented by two. The  instruction format  is

PUSH RP

PUSH B  - contents of BC register pair  are copied  into stack.

PUSH D -  content DE register pair  are copied into stack.

PSUH H -   contents  of HL registers  pair are  copied into stack.

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