What type of instructions can potentially change the sequence of operations in a program?
Which addressing mode is used by pointers?
The most relevant addressing mode to write position-independent codes is:
Which type of addressing mode instruction does not require operand field in it's format?
Which of the following addressing mode is best to specify the target address in branch instruction?
Which of the following statements is/are true in the context of implied addressing mode?
I. All register reference instructions that use only an accumulator follows implied addressing mode
II. Zero address instructions in a stack organized computer follows implied addressing mode
The instruction to be executed is:
MOV AL, 27H
Which of the following addressing mode is used in the given instruction?