In 8085 Instruction set, depending upon one of the flag bit values (excluding AC flag bit), the conditional return instructions will branch the control to the next instruction of the call statement by popping out two return address Bytes (High-Byte and Low-Byte) from the top of the stack. The branch takes place based on the value of Cy flag, Z flag, P flag, or S flag. There is no conditional return instruction based on the value of AC (Auxiliary Carry) flag bit. This is because generally, no one is interested in branching back from the subroutine based on this flag bit value. The conditional return instructions are 1 Byte in length, 1 Byte for the opcode.
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