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Question 51

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What are the different addressing modes in 8085?

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Immediate addressing mode

  • The 8/16-bit data is specified in the instruction itself as one of its operand.
  • Example: MVI K, 20F: means 20F is copied into register K.

Register addressing mode

  • Data is copied from one register to another.
  • Example: MOV K, B: means data in register B is copied to register K.

Direct addressing mode

  • Data transfer is from one register to another by using the address pointed by the register.
  • Example: MOV K, B: means data is transferred from the memory address pointed by the register B to the register K.

Implied addressing mode

  • The mode dosen ′ t require any operand; the data is specified by the opcode itself.
  • Example: CMP.
The Different Addressing Modes in 8085

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