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The Zero Flag is a flag stored in the FLAGS register on all x86 compatible CPUs. It is bit 6. When it is set to 1, it means that the result of an instruction was zero. The Zero Flag is changed by all math instructions and the CMP instruction (a compare instruction works by subtracting the two values).


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