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WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN AN INSTRUCTION MNEMONIC AND ITS OPCODE?

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hay!

Mushkal

Dear, 

 Plz post ur query in ur subject's group; For this u have to click on the following link https://api.ning.com/files/yhCsS*vRHKhbOF8GbHC1YX3QiKmrKYyRaGk6Lwnc...

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 Choose ur subject's code n post ur query in that group. 

Hope it will help u. If u have any question about it then u can ask.

Now the ansr of ur Question is;

  • OPCODE: It is a number interpreted by your machine(virtual or silicon) that represents the operation to perform
  • INSTRUCTION MNEMONIC: its usually used by assembly language programmers to remember the "OPERATIONS" a machine can do, like "ADD" and "MUL" and "MOV" etc. This is assembler specific.

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