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CS401 Assignment No 01 Spring 2019 Solution & Discussion Due Date: 16-05-2019
Q1. Calculate the Effective Address and Physical Address for the following set of values. (10)
Q2. Calculate the Segment Address for the given set of Physical and Effective addresses. (10)
Physical address = 0x119B, Effective address = 0x10AB
Physical address = 0xFF9B, Effective address = 0x10FF
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physical address = segment + offset (handouts pg no 14)
well effect add has more formullas in the book one them is this
effective add = base + offset + index ( handouts pg no 28)
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dear this is wrong solution please delete it. i will provide correct solution soon.
ya sure, if u have corrected solution then u can upload there .thanks
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ye correct hai solution?
according to me yes. read handout page no 14 and 28
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