I need to read-in two 16-bit numbers from memory and divide one by the other. Well, i think i need to use FDIV instruction which would divide what's in D-register by what's in X-register, but i am stumped when it comes loading the data. Here's code we were given (commented is my solution) Code (Text): org 0800h ;ldd ops ;ldx ops (?) ;fdiv ;std remain ;stx quot stop ops rmb 4 quot rmb 2 remain rmb 2 what bothers me is that rmb (reserve memory byte) is 4 which makes sense for 2 16-bit numbers but how do i load 2 separate 16-bit registers, so that first 2-bytes are loaded into D and second 2-bytes go into X? D register will load 16 bits fine, but wouldn't X be loaded with the same 2 bytes? Technically i can figure out the address and load X with that address, but is there a "cleaner" way to do it? thanks.