The ALE line of an 8085 microprocessor is used to

(A) latch the output of an I/O instruction into an external latch.

(B) deactivate the chip-select signal from memory devices.

(C) find the interrupt enable states of the TRAP interrupt.

(D) latch the 8 bits of address lines AD7-AD0 into an external latch.
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The ALE line of an 8085 microprocessor is used to latch the 8 bits of address lines AD7-AD0 into an external latch.

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