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Status Signals

There are three status  signals IO/M s and s1. All  these  signals  are output  signals.

IO/ M - it is a status  signals  used to distinguish  whether  the operation is  related to I/O  or memory if it is  high the operations  is related to I/O  if it is  I/O if it is low the operation is related to memory.

S and S1 - similar to IO/M these  signals  are also  used to differentiate various operations .

Se table and for values of these status and control signals  during  various  operations.

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