5 years ago in Fundamentals of Computer

Instruction in computer languages consists of...

[A] OPCODE
[B] OPERAND
[C] Syntax
[D] None of These
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Muhammad Aown - 2 years ago

An instruction is consist of OPCODE and OPERAND. OPCODE specify which operation is to be done, OPERAND specify on which data operation is to be done. It can be either simple quantity or address to other data.

మహేంద్ర గంగినేని - 3 years ago

OPCODE is the part of instruction not syntax,syntax is related to grammer

Zaheer Abbas - 4 years ago

instruction consist of opcode. syntex is the gramer of language not an instruction part

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Tsega Asresa Mengistu - 1 week ago

Tsega Asresa Mengistu from Dessie, Ethiopia is saying OPERAND is correct answer

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Shammi kumar - 7 months ago

Shammi kumar from Baijnath, India is saying OPERAND is correct answer

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