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Develop an x86 assembly language program that properly executes an "x to the y power" function int power(int x, int y)

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Question 1

Develop an x86 assembly language program that properly executes an "is even" function:

  • bool isEven(int value)
  • If the value passed in is even, return 1
  • If the value passed in is odd,  return 0
  • Remember that the return value must be placed in the EAX register
  • Make sure that any registers (not EAX) used by this function are placed back to their initial states prior to exiting

Allow an end user to test this function in the following manner:

  • Prompt the user to enter an integer value ("Enter a value: ")
  • Allow the user to input their value
  • Pass the user input value to the isEven() function
  • Let the function do its work and return the correct value
  • Print out the result as the result of a conditional expression
    • The value is even!
    • The value is odd!

Question 2

  1. Develop an x86 assembly language program that properly executes an "x to the y power" function:
    • int power(int x, int y)
    • Compute the integer value that is x to the y power
    • Do not concern yourself with the possibility of overflow
    • You may only use only a loop structure to compute the value
    • Remember that the return value must be placed in the EAX register
    • Make sure that any registers (not EAX) used by this function are placed back to their initial states prior to exiting

Allow an end user to test this function in the following manner:

    • Prompt the user to enter an integer value ("Enter a value for x: ")
    • Allow the user to input their value
    • Prompt the user to enter an integer value ("Enter a value for y: ")
    • Allow the user to input their value
    • Pass the user input value to the power() function
    • Let the function do its work and return the correct value
    • Print out the result ("x to the y power is: ")
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