Rim read interrupt mask instruction, Electrical Engineering

RIM Read Interrupt Mask Instruction

This  instruction is used  to read the  status  of interrupts  and  read the serial  input  data. The status  byte is loaded  into  the accumulator  after the  execution of this  instruction. The  instruction format is

              RIM

 

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