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Write a single statement that computes the sum, k;k=3;5;? (k is an integer). Place the result in...

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Write a single statement that computes the sum, k;k=3;5;? (k is an integer). Place the result in the;AL register. Computing the sum means you must have a constant expression that computes the;value, and that it is done at assembly time, not runtime. The register must be zeroed out before;the result is stored.;2. Write a short block of computational statements that causes the AX register to overflow or;underflow. Use variables as opposed to immediate values. Make sure no other computations;affect the outcome of this register. The register must be zeroed out before it is used.;3. Using directives for creating symbolics, write a single statement that computes the number of;seconds in a day and places the result in the EBX register. The statement that is placed in the;program and expanded should be SECONDS_IN_DAY. The EBX register should be zeroed out;before it is used. Make sure the statement uses the symbolics to the fullest extent

 

Paper#73089 | Written in 18-Jul-2015

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