Stax store accumulator indirect instruction , Electrical Engineering

STAX Store  Accumulator  Indirect Instruction

This  instruction is used to  copy data from accumulator to the memory  location pointed by register pair ( only  BC or DE pair). HL pair  cannot  be used in this  instruction.  The  instruction format is

STAX Rp  [RP] -A

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