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PUSH PSW Instruction

It is similar to above  push  instruction but instead of normal  register Paris it use PSW as its  operand. Program status  word comprises of  the contents  of the  accumulator  and flag  register. The instruction format is

       PUSHPSW

Hence this  instruction  copies  the contents  of accumulator  and flag  register into the  stack.

The contents  of accumulator  flag  register remain unchanged .

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