8085 is a Microprocessor which was developed by Intel in 1970s. All the instructions in this microprocessor are encoded in a single byte. Some of the instructions are followed by one or two bytes of data, which can be a memory address, an immediate operand or a port number.

In this post, we will write a program in 8085 to convert binary number to binary coded decimal(BCD) without using DAA operation.

### Algorithm

Start Clear D and E registers to account for hundreds and tens Load data in A Compare A with 64H If CS = 1 go to 9 A <- A - 64H E <- E + 1 Go to 4 Compare A with 0AH if CS = 1 go to 14 A <- A - 0AH D <- D + 1 go to C <- A A <- D Rotate left A 4 times Combine unit and tens to form lower bit result Save hundreds as upper bits and combined result as lower bit Stop

### Flow Chart

### Program

MVI E, 00H MOV D, E LDA 2100H HUND: CPI 64H JC TEN SUI 64H INR E JMP HUND TEN: CPI 0AH JC UNIT SUI 0AH INR D JMP TEN UNIT: MOV C, A MOV A, D RLC RLC RLC RLC ADD C STA 2101H MOV A, E STA 2102H RST-5

### Example

2100H: FF 2101H: 55 -> lower bits 2105H: 02 -> upper bits // output is 255

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