It is necessary to branch to ADRS if the bit in the least significant position of the

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It is necessary to branch to ADRS if the bit in the least significant position of the operand in a 16-bit register is equal to 1. Show how this can be done with the TEST (Table 9-7) and BNZ (Table 9-8) instructions.

Table 9-7

Typical Program Control Instructions Name Branch Jump Call procedure Return from procedure Compare (by

Table 9-8

Conditional Branch Instructions Relating to Status Bits in the PSR Branch Condition Branch if zero Branch if

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Logic And Computer Design Fundamentals

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