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AFAIK "In direct we do specify the address of the operand right? Its just that we specify it in the instruction directly, ie hardcode the address in the instruction. In implied there is no address given since address is deduced from the operation itself."

Is this right?

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In Direct mode, the address of the operand is explicitly specified in the instruction and in implied mode or inherent mode the address of the operand is implicit.example of implied mode are stack operations. Always top 2 elements are taken into consideration for binary operations.

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