Assembly Language ALT THEORY ASSIGNMENT
Purpose: This is an alternative to the Operating System theory assignment.
If you do not feel comfortable writing code in x86, you can do this assignment instead of the Operating System theory assignment. Either assignment is worth 20% of your final grade. Do not do both assignments.
Design and code a program (IPConverter.A68) which will:
For IPv4 addresses:
Read an IPv4 Address and Subnet Mask in dotted decimal format from the user
Display the network address in binary and hex format
Display the host address in binary and hex format
Repeat if the user wants to
Subroutines must use parameters passed on the stack (“C” calling format), must preserve register contents, must use a frame pointer (link and unlink instructions), and equates for readability.
Your program must include subroutines. Subroutine arguments must be passed on the stack and any registers used by the subroutines must be saved and restored by your program. The only exception would be a return value. You must use a stack pointer in your program.
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