ADD (instruction)
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ADD est une instruction utilisée par certaines calculatrices programmables ainsi que dans certains langages informatiques, par exemple, dans le langage cobol ou certains Assembleurs.

Elle consiste à additionner deux ou plusieurs valeurs, deux registres en assembleur, ou deux variables ou plus en Cobol, par exemple:

ADD X, Y, Z GIVING TOTAL
ADD MONTANT TO RESULTAT


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Instruction ADD en cobol


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