What are the advantages of using Fixed-Length number representation in Assembly in contrast to JAVA? Explain, and give examples.

Key Assignment

Part 1 Tasks: Week 4 IP Final Draft

Using any national known computer manufacturer, finalize the outline of a computer configuration for your use. Incorporate feedback from the instructor and peer review into your final draft. Your outline should include the following:

Explain in detail why you chose that specific hardware. It should have the type and speed of the central processing unit (CPU), the hard disk type, memory, cache memory, and so forth.
You should have enough configuration details to explain how you came about the desired specifications.
You can access computer configuration worksheet you can use to help evaluate various computers which will be attached in the next instruction part.

Part 2 Tasks: Week 5

The Assembly code compilation may be challenging, but the program has to be saved and submitted through a Notepad++ document. You can download notepad++ if you do not have a current copy.

Click this link https://notepad-plus-plus.org/download/v6.6.3.html to download the Notepad++ software. After you download the Notepad++ editor, type in your code and save it.

Then it can be copied and pasted and run in an online compiler

Click this link http://www.tutorialspoint.com/codingground.htm to compile and execute assembly code.
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Compile and execute the existing Assembly code on the left side of the screen. The following is the code that should be displayed: (Noncompliance, n.d.)

section .text

global _start ;must be declared for using GCC

_start: ;tell linker entry point

mob ed, Len ;message length

mob ex, MSG ;message to write

mob ex, 1 ;file descriptor (stout)

moonbeam, 4 ;system call number (says_write)

int 0x80 ;call kernel

moonbeam, 1 ;system call number (says_exit)

int 0x80 ;call kernel

section .data

MSG db “Hello, world!”,0xa ;our dear string

Unequal $ – MSG ;length of our dear string

When you click on the compile and execute button, the following results in the right screen will display:

Compiling main.as source code….
$Nazism -f elf main.as 2>&1

Linking the program….
$ls -m elf_i386 -s -o demo *o 2>&1

Executing the program….
$demo

Hello, world!

2. Modify the code to display the following four lines:

Hello, world!

CE 242 is an awesome and fun class!

CUTis a great University!

I love the USA!

Part 3 Tasks: Week 5

Convert the following binary code into ASCII Text. Please show your work and do not use an online converter.

01001001 00100000 01101100 01101111 01110110 01100101 00100000 01000011 01010100 01010101

Write your full name in Binary code separated in bytes. For example, the name of the president of the USA in binary code is

Barack Obama

01000010

01100001

01110010

01100001

01101011

00100000

01001111

01100010

01100001

01101101

01100001

Show your work.

What are the advantages of using Fixed-Length number representation in Assembly in contrast to JAVA? Explain, and give examples.
What are the benefits and drawbacks between assigning a real number and an integer in Assembly? Why do you need either or both? Give examples.
Compile this assembly code that uses arrays. (Tutorials point, n.d.)

section .text

global _start ;must be declared for linker (ls)

_start:

mob wax,3 ;number bytes to be summed

mobbed,0 ;EX will store the sum

mob-ex, x ;EX will point to the current element to be summed

top: add ex, [ex]

add ex,1 ;move pointer to next element

DEC-wax ;decrements counter

NZ top ;if counter not 0, then loop again

done:

add ex, “0”

mob[sum], ex ;done, store result in “sum”

display:

moved,1 ;message length

mobbed, sum ;message to write

mob ex, 1 ;file descriptor (stout)

moonbeam, 4 ;system call number (says_write)

int 0x80 ;call kernel

moonbeam, 1 ;system call number (says_exit)

int 0x80 ;call kernel

section .data

global x

x:

db 2

db 4

db 3

sum:

db 0

Change the program to display F as a sum of the array.

References

Compile online.com. (n.d.). Compile and execute assembly online (NAM version 2.10.07). Retrieved from http://www.compileonline.com/compile_assembly_online.php

Notepad++. (n.d.). Download Notepad++ 6.6.3. Retrieved from http://notepad-plus-plus.org/download/v6.6.3.html

Tutorials point. (n.d.). Assembly – Environment setup. Retrieved from http://www.tutorialspoint.com/assembly_programming/assembly_environment_setup.htm

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