Sbi subtract immediate with borrow instruction, Electrical Engineering

SBI Subtract Immediate  with Borrow  Instruction

This  instruction is  used to subtract 8 bit  data and  borrow from the  accumulator. The  result of  the operation is  stored  in teh accumulator. The instruction format is

SBI  8 bit data            (A- A [ 8 bit data + Borrow)

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