EE306 Program1- multiply two signed numbers given in memory Solved

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The purpose of this assignment is to write a program in LC-3 assembly language to multiply two signed numbers given in memory and put the result back in memory.

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The two signed numbers are given to you in memory locations x2FF0 and x2FF1. You may assume that the numbers are in the range -128 to +127. This means you do not have to worry about overflow. Your program should multiply these two signed numbers and store the result in memory location x2FF2. Note: Signed numbers can be positive or negative.

You can start with the code given to you through Canvas(called ​Program1.asm​) and incrementally change it as follows:

• Increment 1​: Modify it so the two numbers are not from x3007 and a constant with the result just left in a register but, instead the input numbers are loaded from x2FF0 and x2FF1 and the result is stored to x2FF2.
• Increment 2:​ Modify the code from Increment 1 so now you consider the numbers to be signed rather than unsigned.
• If you think of the numbers as Num1 ​ ​and Num2 ​ ​then your goal is to add Num1+Num1+​ … ​Num2​ Start with ​Num2 ​in some register and as you add ​Num1 ​to some accumulating register repeatedly, keep decrementing the register holding ​Num2 ​until it reaches zero.
• Note that as long as Num2 ​ ​is positive, it does not matter if ​Num1 ​is positive or negative the code you wrote in Increment 1 still works. Convince yourself that this is case by testing the program for different values of ​Num1 ​(positive or negative) but keeping Num2 ​as a positive number. Set a breakpoint at the HALT statement and check to see what the contents of x2FF2 are after you run the program.
• Now, you have to modify your code to account for the possibility that ​Num2 ​may be negative. Here are some hints:

▪ To see if a register has a negative number just add zero to the register, this will set the N bit to 1 if the register had a negative number, which you can check for. Alternatively, if you want to see if a register has a zero or positive number you do the same, except the addition will set the Z or P bit to 1 if the register had a zero value or a non-zero positive number respectively.

▪ See if the decrement step can be changed to do increment or decrement based on whether Num2 is negative or positive respectively.  Make sure you apply a fix to the result accordingly.

Examples: These are just examples the two numbers at x2FF0 (​Num1​) and x2FF1(​Num2​) can be any two signed numbers.

• If the memory locations ​Num1​, Num2 ​ ​are the numbers 45 and 4 respectively your program should multiply 45 and 4 and store the result 180 in memory location x2FF2. In terms of your code the calculation performed is R = 45+45+45+45 = 180.
• If the memory locations ​Num1​, Num2 ​ ​are the numbers -5 and 200 respectively your program should multiply -5 and 200 and store the result -1000 in memory location x2FF2. In terms of your code the calculation performed is R = (-5)+(-5)+(-5)+(-5)… 200 times = -1000.
• If the memory locations ​Num1​, Num2 ​ ​are the numbers 50 and -4 respectively your program should multiply 50 and -4 and store the result -200 in memory location x2FF2. In terms of your code the logic performed is: ​Num2 ​is negative, so perform R = 50+50+50+50=200. Now fix it: -200.
• If the memory locations ​Num1​, Num2 ​ ​are the numbers -10 and -20 respectively your program should multiply -10 and -20 and store the result 200 in memory location x2FF2. In terms of your code the logic performed is: ​Num2 ​is negative, so perform R = (-10)+(-10)+(-10)+(-10)… 20 times = -200. Now fix it: +200.
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