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1.The INC order takes a mximum of single operand.
The on;y parameter ehich is passed to the order is the scope.
This order earn reduce the treasure of the val capricious by 1
3.When using GAS the ceemost operand is the addres operand
Oration is the precipitation of the treasure.
4.When using MASM the ceemost operand is the capricious operand.
The capricious on whcih the order is to be done.