Implied Addressing

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Implied Addressing occurs when there is no operand. The addressing mode is implied by the instruction. Note that Accumulator Addressing is a special type of Implied Addressing that only addresses the accumulator.


This example uses Implied Addressing to transfer the value stored in the accumulator to the X register.

0001:AA        TAX             ; Transfer A to X.


Since Absolute addressing is essentially the same as Zero-Page addressing, the use the same opcodes. The following opcodes support absolute addressing: