Write an assembly language program to read in two integer numbers, A and B, and compute the following expressions:
1) B * 3
2) ( A * B ) - (A / B)
3) (A - B) + ( A * B )
Your code must be compilable with the command `gcc [filename]` in order to earn any credit. You will earn a zero if the code cannot be compiled.
You cannot turn in any other assembly syntax but AT&T Assembly 64 bit. Any other syntax is not the syntax we have been teaching and is not compilable with the above given command. You will earn a zero if the syntax is not AT&T Assembly 64 bit. Note this is also known as GNU Assembly Syntax.
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