How Does the Fetch Decode Execute Cycle Work?

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In the fetch-decode-execute cycle, the program counter in the processor, which has the instructions to be undertaken, copies this information to the main memory. The information is then sent to the memory buffer register via the data bus. Finally, the instructions are copied to the current instruction register for decoding and execution.
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