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The operation of a computer, in executing a program, consists of a sequence of instruction cycles, with one machine instruction per cycle. This sequence of instruction cycles is not necessarily the same as the written sequence of instructions that make up the program, because of the existence of branching instructions. The actual execution of instructions follows a time sequence of instructions.

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