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Data Transfer Instructions: LDAA
Example: LDAA $1006
What type of addressing is used? extended
Where does the value to be loaded into A come from? memory location 1006 hex
What happens if LDAA #$1006 is attempted? error
This instruction retrieves a 16-bit address: $1006. The processor then goes to address $1006 and reads a byte of data that is then loaded into register A.
There is also an instruction that uses extended addressing to load register B. The opcode for this instruction is F6.