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Instruction set of 8051
The instructions of 8051 Microcontroller can be classified into five different groups. These groups are like below
Data Transfer Group
Program Branch Group
Bit Processing Group
This Bit-Processing group is also known as Boolean Variable Manipulation.
Like 8085, some instruction has two operands. The first operand is the Destination, and the second operator is Source.
In the following examples, you will get some notations. The notations are like −
Rn = Any register from R0to R7 Ri = Either R0 or R1 d8 = Any 8-bit immediate data (00H to FFH) d16 = 16-bit immediate data a8 = 8-bit address bit = 8-bit address of bit which is bit addressable rel = 8-bit signed displacement. The range is -128 to 127. It is relative to the first byte of the instruction.
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