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Zero Flag - Registers

If the  result of any  arithmetical  or logical  operation in the accumulator  is zero i ,e  all the bits  of accumulator  ( with  some exceptions )  are zero  the zero  flag  (Z) is set ( changed  to 1)  otherwise  reset  ( changed to 0).

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