Computer Organization Instruction Sets

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What is a limitation of zero-address instructions?

They are limited in their functionality

What is a disadvantage of one-address instructions?

They are slower to execute

What is a disadvantage of two-address instructions?

They require more memory space and can be slower to execute

What is a disadvantage of three-address instructions?

They require even more memory space and can be slower to execute

What does the SUB instruction do in the 8085 microprocessor?

Subtracts the content of the accumulator from itself

What is the purpose of the HLT instruction?

To halt the execution of the program

What is the assumption made about each instruction in the given set?

Each instruction will use the result of the previous instruction

What is the effect of the SUB instruction on the accumulator?

It clears the content of the accumulator

What is the relationship between the instructions in the given set?

Each instruction uses the result of the previous instruction

What is the purpose of the DCR instruction?

To decrement the content of a register

This quiz covers the basics of computer organization, including instruction sets and their impact on program size and execution speed. It also touches on the advantages of zero-address instructions.

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