8 Bit Arithmetic Instructions | 8085 Microprocessor | Electricalvoice

8 Bit Arithmetic Instructions | 8085 Microprocessor

1. ADD  R

R ⇒ A, B, C, D, E, H, L, and M

Instruction word size  ⇒   1 Byte

Operation ⇒ When this instruction will execute the content of Register R will get added to the accumulator (A) and the final result will store in the accumulator [A].

[A] ← [A] + [R]

Addressing Mode ⇒

If R ≠ M  ⇒ Register Addressing Mode

If R = M ⇒ Indirect Addressing Mode

For example:

[A] = 29 H [B] = 56 H

ADD B

[A] =  0 0 1 0    1 0 0 1 [B] =  0 1 0 1     0 1 1 0

+

——————————–

0 1 1 1      1 1 1 1  = 7F H

[B] = 56 H [A] = 7F H

2. ADI   8-bit data

Instruction word size  ⇒  2 Byte

Operation ⇒ When this instruction will execute the 8-bit data will get added to the accumulator (A) and the final result will store in the accumulator [A].

[A] ← [A] + 8-bit data

Addressing Mode ⇒ Immediate Addressing Mode

For example:

[A] = 10 H

ADD 12 H

[A] =  0 0 0 1    0 0 0 0

=  0 0 0 1     0 0 1 0

+

——————————–

0 0 1 0      0 0 1 0  = 22 H

[A] = 22 H

3. SUB  R

R ⇒ A, B, C, D, E, H, L, and M

Instruction word size  ⇒   1 Byte

Operation ⇒ When this instruction will execute the content of Register R will get subtracted from the content of accumulator (A) and the final result will store in the accumulator [A].

[A] ← [A] − [R]

Addressing Mode ⇒

If R ≠ M  ⇒ Register Addressing Mode

If R = M ⇒ Indirect Addressing Mode

For example:

[A] = 29 H [B] = 11 H

SUB B

[A] =  0 0 1 0    1 0 0 1 [B] =  0 0 0 1   0 0 0 1

——————————–

0 0 0 0      1 0 0 0  = 08 H

[B] = 11 H [A] = 08 H

4. SUI   8-bit data

Instruction word size  ⇒  2 Byte

Operation ⇒ When this instruction will execute the 8-bit data will get subtracted from the accumulator (A) and the final result will store in the accumulator [A].

[A] ← [A] − 8-bit data

Addressing Mode ⇒ Immediate Addressing Mode

5. INR  R

R ⇒ A, B, C, D, E, H, L, and M

Instruction word size  ⇒   1 Byte

Operation ⇒ When this instruction will execute the content of Register R will increased by 1 and the final result will store in the Register R.

[R] ← [R] + 1LSB

Addressing Mode ⇒

If R ≠ M  ⇒ Register Addressing Mode

If R = M ⇒ Indirect Addressing Mode

For example:

[B] = 29 H

INR B

[B] =  0 0 1 0     1 0 0 1

+                                    1

——————————–

0 0 1 0      1 0 1 0  = 2A H

[B] = 2A H

6. DCR  R

R ⇒ A, B, C, D, E, H, L, and M

Instruction word size  ⇒   1 Byte

Operation ⇒ When this instruction will execute the content of Register R will decrease by 1 and the final result will store in the Register R.

[R] ← [R] − 1LSB

Addressing Mode ⇒

If R ≠ M  ⇒ Register Addressing Mode

If R = M ⇒ Indirect Addressing Mode

 

Note:

1. ADD, ADI, SUB, SUI instructions will affect the status of all flags.

2. INR and DCR instructions will affect the only status of four flags i.e. (S, Z, AC, P)

3. INR and DCR instructions will not affect the status of carry flag.

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