Write an assembly program that takes two labeled variables as input and computes one as output.
Compute the total of all integers between x and y.
Store the total in z. For example, if x=10 and y=17 then compute z=10+11+12+13+14+15+16+17.
You may assume x < y. Your program must have the following three labels defined. The values can be changed.
The code should work with any values of x and y that do not cause overflow in z. Your code will not be tested with values that would cause overflow.
You may ingore that case and assume overflow will not happen for this question.
You code should have the following memory locations defined. x: DB 10 y: DB 17 z: DB 0 ;Should be 10+11+...+16+17
Write an assembly program that takes a single labeled variable as input. Display to the output screen the binary value for the number.
Display one bit (0/1) per character in the display. Use the following labels for your input. Use Binary operations to see what bit is 0/1. The number given as input will always be positive and 8-bits.
Hint 1: You know there are exactly 8 bits.
Hint 2: Make sure to print ASCII codes not values. You code should have the following memory locations defined. numtoconvert: DB 75 ;Number to Convert to Binary All code submitted must run on https://schweigi.github.io/assembler-simulator/index.html (This simulator provides a simplified assembler syntax (based on NASM) and is simulating a x86 like cpu.) Instruction Set can be view at https://schweigi.github.io/assembler-simulator/instruction-set.html
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