hello jenny thomas,
please give me the explanation of below code
//
z-add 12 A 2p0
move 'shiv' B 4
move A B
B Dsply
or
move B A
A dsply
//
what is result of A an B in display and what is reason behind it?






Answer / shiv

result is known but give me explanation ??

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