Rlc - rotate accumulator left instruction , Electrical Engineering

RLC  Rotate Accumulator Left Instruction

This  instruction also rotates the contents of the accumulator towards  left by one bit. The  D0 bit  moves  to D1  bit moves to D2 position  and so on. Finally D7  bit moves  to the D0  position  and also  to the carry flag  position in flag  register the instruction format is

RLC

Flags : Only  CY  flag is  modified according to D7  bit of the  accumulator.

 

 

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