Why do we write MOV A,#0F9H instead of MOV A,#F9H in microcontroller 8051?

Answer It is most likely because F9H may look like an identifier rather than a number, whereas 0F9H is clearly a number. The alternative is that it is unnecessary and the two are the same.

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