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1. Download the MIPS Assembler and Runtime Simulator (MARS).2.

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1. Download the MIPS Assembler and Runtime Simulator (MARS).
2. Download the provided MIPS program (“HW05.asm”). The program finds the
maximum and minimum for an array of numbers.
3. Become familiar with basic MIPS programs.
4. Answer the following questions related to HW05.asm code.
a) What is the MIPS “bare” instruction that replaces the pseudo-instruction
“li $v0, 10”?
b) What is the MIPS opcode, in hex, for that instruction?
c) What are the MIPS instructions that replace the pseudo-instruction
“bge $t4, $t2, noMin”?
d) What is the $sp register used for?
e) What is the value, in hex, of the $sp register after execution of the program?
f) What is the $pc register used for?
g) What is the value, in hex, of the $pc register after execution of the program?
5. Modify the provided program (“HW05.asm”) to find the maximum, minimum
and average of the odd values in the list. Note, you should use a logical instruction to
determine if the number is XXXXX or odd. Submit a copy of the source program (name
the file: “HW05_5_SOLVED.asm”).

link to “HW05.asm”:
http://www2.cose.isu.edu/~zydedawi/Teaching/cs2299/HW05.asm
Hi,

I'd be glad to help with this. Let me know its deadline.


Thanks
Customer: replied 4 years ago.

Hey,


 


the deadline is actually tonight!


at 11:50 pm.


 


Can you still help me?

Alright, I'll give it a go and get back to you in a couple of hours.
Customer: replied 4 years ago.

Alright, thanks.

You're welcome
Customer: replied 4 years ago.

Hey, any progress?

Yes, almost finished. Would post the answer shortly.
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