Ok, so I've started learning 8085 assembly language on my own a bit, and I have a couple general questions I'm hoping someone can help me clarify.. So I'm reading this tutorial on 8085 instructions, and I come across example instructions. My questions are regarding the binary/hex translations of these instructions.. First, is there a place where I can find a list of opcode binary representations for every instruction and/or register in the 8085 language? Let's take the first instruction in the list for example: Code: MOV C, A (copy 8-bit data from accumulator reg to reg C) Do registers A and C have specific binary translations regardless of context? (i.e.: A = 111, C = 001) Does MOV? And second, why do so many hex codes in with an "H"? What does it mean? Any help appreciated!