JP

Absolute jumps to the address. Can be conditional or unconditional. JP takes one more byte than JR, but is also slightly faster, so decide whether speed or size is more important before choosing JP or JR. JP (HL), JP (IX), and JP (IY) are unconditional and are the fastest jumps, and do not take more bytes than other jumps.

## Syntax

``````JP NN            ;unconditional jump
JP cond.,NN        ;conditional jump
JP (reg16)            ;HL, IX and IY only```
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### Allowed Instructions

``````;Constants
JP NN        ;no condition
JP C,NN        ;jumps if C is set
JP NC,NN        ;jumps if C is reset
JP Z,NN        ;jumps if Z is set
JP NZ,NN    ;jumps if Z is reset
JP M,NN        ;jumps if S is set
JP P,NN        ;jumps if S is reset
JP PE,NN    ;jumps if P/V is set
JP PO,NN    ;jumps if P/V is reset

;HL points to address
JP (HL)

;IX points to address
JP (IX)

;IY points to address
JP (IY)```
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## Effects

All flags preserved.

## T-States

cc is condition: NZ, Z, NC, C, PO, PE, P, M

 XX 10 cc,XX 10 (hl) 4 (ix) 8 (iy) 8