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1) Text files of ALL source code modules.2) Sample MIPS

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1) Text files of ALL source code modules.
2) Sample MIPS assembly language programs used to test the assembler and the resulting files containing the machine codes (in binary format).
3) A README file documenting features and limitations of the program, and a guide on how to use the program. The format of the binary file containing the machine codes must be included here.
4) A short video clip showing the program being run in MARS (obviously with sounds).
5) A project report in MS Word format that contains
a. Team member names, tasks done by you and tasks done by each of your teammates. You should document here how every teammate has contributed and especially if you have made extra contributions to the project. Our goal is to grade each team member fairly using the information documented in this sub-section.
b. Project description (the WHAT)
c. How the program was implemented (the HOW)
d. The process the team took to tackle the assignment
e. Challenges met during the project on how the team overcame them
f. What you have learned doing the project.
Submitted: 10 months ago.
Category: Homework
Customer: replied 10 months ago.
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Teams will write a MIPS assembler in MIPS assembly language that1. Reads a text file (.asm) that contains MIPS assembly languages statements that conform to MIPS assembly language syntax discussed in session 03, e.g. one statement per line.2. Parses each statement into tokens, e.g. directive, label, operation, operands, comment3. Generates machine code for those MIPS instructions that were syntactically correct into a text segment.4. Allocates memory for those data items (e.g. words declared by the .word directive) into a data segment5. Writes both segments with any other necessary information (e.g. label table) into an object file in binary format (you may generate a text file first for debugging purposes, then convert it to binary format). You can define the object file format provided that it is well documented (as it will be used by a linker later).6. At the end of the assembly job plays a sound to indicate whether the job was successful or not. You can be creative for this step.
1) Text files of ALL source code modules.2) Sample MIPS assembly language programs used to test the assembler and the resulting files containing the machine codes (in binary format).3) A README file documenting features and limitations of the program, and a guide on how to use the program. The format of the binary file containing the machine codes must be included here.4) A short video clip showing the program being run in MARS (obviously with sounds).5) A project report in MS Word format that containsa. Team member names, tasks done by you and tasks done by each of your teammates. You should document here how every teammate has contributed and especially if you have made extra contributions to the project. Our goal is to grade each team member fairly using the information documented in this sub-section.b. Project description (the WHAT)c. How the program was implemented (the HOW)d. The process the team took to tackle the assignmente. Challenges met during the project on how the team overcame themf. What you have learned doing the project.
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