# this is for Assembly language. this is x86

this is for Assembly language. this is x86

this is for Assembly language. this is x86
1) assembly program to implement the following. sum = 0 i = 0 j = 12 var1 = 3 var2 = 3 var3 = 0 while ( (i < 20) and (j> -2)){ if (var1 > var3): var1 =var1 – i else if (var2 < var3): var2 =var2 + j else: var3 = var3+ i sum = var1 + var2+ var3 i = i+1 j = j-1 } - Use short-circuit evaluation - Assume that A, B, and X are 16-bit signed integers variables - You are not allowed to make any logical reduction to the code. You need to implement it the way it is provided. Do the following Screenshot of the code § Then run the code until you reach INVOKE ExitProcess, 0 § Then take a screenshot of the watch window showing Sum variable content. 2) assembly program to test if the MSB in the register al is set: If it is set, then divide the content of al by 8 using the appropriate shift instruction and exit. - Else, if it is not set, then multiply the content of al by 4 using the appropriate shift instruction and exit. - When checking al MSB, do not change al content. - Assume that al is equal to the signed integer 88h. - You need to come up with the appropriate mask to check the MSB. - Run your program using the debugger to verify your answers. o Submit the following: § Rename the asm file using your last name as Lastname2.asm and submit it. § Screenshot of the code § Then run the code until you reach INVOKE ExitProcess, 0 § Then take a screenshot of the register window. this is for Assembly language. this is x86 1) assembly program to implement the following. sum = 0 i = 0 j = 12 var1 = 3 var2 = 3 var3 = 0 while ( (i < 20) and (j> -2)){ if (var1 > var3): var1 =var1 – i else if (var2 < var3): var2 =var2 + j else: var3 = var3+ i sum = var1 + var2+ var3 i = i+1 j = j-1 } - Use short-circuit evaluation You are not allowed to make any logical reduction to the code. You need to implement it the way it is provided. Do the following Screenshot of the code § Then run the code until you reach INVOKE ExitProcess, 0 § Then take a screenshot of the watch window showing Sum variable content. 2) assembly program to test if the MSB in the register al is set: If it is set, then divide the content of al by 8 using the appropriate shift instruction and exit. - Else, if it is not set, then multiply the content of al by 4 using the appropriate shift instruction and exit. - When checking al MSB, do not change al content. - Assume that al is equal to the signed integer 88h. - You need to come up with the appropriate mask to check the MSB. - Run your program using the debugger to verify your answers. o Submit the following: § Rename the asm file using your last name as Lastname2.asm and submit it. § Screenshot of the code § Then run the code until you reach INVOKE ExitProcess, 0 § Then take a screenshot of the register window.