Arm assembly language code, Assembly Language

You will need to upload your main.c and factorial.s files and a .jpg photo of the output on your board using the Vista assignment upload features.  It must be submitted by the deadline.  The comments on your main.c and factorial.s files must include the following information:

// Name:
// Partner:
// EECE 337 - Fall 2011
// Program 1
// Filename:
// Last Updated -

NOTE: Even though you can work on the assignment in pairs, each partner must upload the above mentioned items.  Each partner will receive the same grade if both upload a solution.  However, if only one uploads a solution, the other one will receive a 0.  Also, if you are working alone, please note that in the comments.

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