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CS401 Assignment No 01 Fall 2019 Solution & Discussion
CS401 Computer Architecture and Assembly Language Programming Assignment 1 Solution Fall 2019
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Save your complete VUID in memory using Base Register Indirect + Offset addressing mode (if last digit of your VUID is Odd) or Indexed Register Indirect + Offset addressing mode (if last digit of your VUID is even).
This assignment will give hands on experience of how to run assembly language code using DOSBox and NASM. First, you have to define labels for storing your VUID and then store each alphabet/digit of VUID, step by step, in to any general purpose registers. Finally, store the alphabet/digit from general purpose register to respective memory location (which you have defined by label in above step).
Addressing Modes to use:
In order to access VUID and storing it in memory, you have to use ONE of the following addressing modes:
What to Submit:
After writing your code, open DOSBox and run NASM (as described in video tutorial shared in Announcement page of this course). Assemble the code using nasm command and take screenshot. After that, open the COM file in debugger (AFD).
Run your code by pressing F1 key until last statement of code is reached. At this stage, Data Window # 2 of AFD should display your complete VUID (at consecutive locations; see below example). Also take screenshot of AFD.
Your assignment must be submitted as a SINGLE WORD document (DOC or DOCX) with:
NOTE: When you take screenshot of compilation step and AFD, take screenshot of whole screen, not of DOSBox and AFD. Cropping or any tempering with screenshot will result in ZERO marks.
Suppose a student VUID is BC123456789. The last digit of this VUID is 9 which is an Odd number. So, this student will use Base Register Indirect + Offset addressing mode to solve this assignment.
Sample screenshot of final output:
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correct code ; MY VUID is(bc160200618) ; 11,12,01,06,00,02,00,00,06,01,08 (aphabet) [org 0x0100] data: dw 0 ; mov al,11 ; mov [si+0], ax ; mov al,12 ; mov [si+1], ax; mov al,1 ; mov [si+2], ax; mov al,6 ; mov [si+3], ax; mov al,0 ; mov [si+4], ax; mov ax,2 ; mov [si+5], ax; mov al,0 ; mov [si+6], ax; mov al,0 ; mov [si+7], ax; mov al,6 ; mov [si+8], ax; mov al,1 ; mov [si+9], ax; mov al,8 ; mov [si+10], ax; mov ax,0x4c00 ; int 0x21 ;
ASCII code for m?? else then 77, 109, 4d and 6d
use the ASCII code of "M", that's it. i just discussed with instructor. but don't forget to mention it at the end of your solution.doc file. Good Luck
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