Rotate a value without using carry.
rlf RAM,w rlf RAM
The normal Rotate-instructions are 9-bit (Carry into lowest bit, highest bit into Carry). This modification creates a 8-bit Rotate. (Highest bit into Lowest bit). The first line places the MSBit of RAM into Carry and then the second actually performs the rotate.
If you would like to rotate without affection the carry you can do it like that:
;right cycle shift rrf RAM,W rrf RAM,F addlw 0x80 ;restore carry
;left cycle shift rlf RAM,W rlf RAM,F movwf temp_cy rrf temp_cy,f ;restore carry
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