Rrc rotate accumulator right instruction , Electrical Engineering

RRC Rotate  Accumulator  Right Instruction

This instruction also  rotates the contents of the  accumulator  toward right  by one bit. The  D7  bit moves  to D5  position and so on. Finally D0  bit  moves  to the D7  position  and also  to the carry  flag  position in flag  register .

RRC

Flags : Only CY flag is  modified according  to D0  bit of accumulator.

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