Q: How do you you write MVI from roman numerals to English?

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The Roman numeral representing 1006 is MVI.

1006 = MVI

MVI

If you mean: MVI then it is the equivalent of 1006

1006 in Roman numerals is MVIDDVI (500+500+5+1 = 1006) but 1006 in Roman numerals is normally MVI (1000+5+1 = 1006)

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The Roman numeral representing 1006 is MVI.

MVI

1006 = MVI

If you mean: MVI then it is the equivalent of 1006

1006 in Roman numerals is MVIDDVI (500+500+5+1 = 1006) but 1006 in Roman numerals is normally MVI (1000+5+1 = 1006)

MVI A,0ADI 1MVI A,0The first MVI only clears the accumulator. The ADI adds one to it, clearing the N, Z, O, C, and P flags. The second MVI clears the accumulator again.It is possible that I have the sense of the P flag backwards. If so, replace the first MVI with MVI A,2 and the P flag will be correct.

MVI A, 30h MVI B 20h MUL A,B OUT port1 HLT

avi to mvi

the purpose of mvi is to 8 bit data immidiatly to the register or memory example mvi b,05h will move 05h to register b

503 =DIII

I think its SUB or SUI (subtract contents from accumulator) You could just do, mvi a, 00h

Suppose you want to add 11 and 12.instruction are : mvi a,11h mvi b ,12h mov d,b add b