Introduction to 80 x 86 assembly language, Assembly Language

Using the windows32 framework, write a complete 80x86 program for Programming Exercises 4.3
number 3, on pages 130-131 of the textbook.
Follow all coding conventions mentioned in class.  It is expected that your program will be well
documented with comments.  Your program must have a comment block at the top describing the
program purpose, input, and output, along with your name, date, the course number, and section.
To submit your project, use the following instructions:
Open the main project folder (originally windows32, but possibly renamed).
Delete the Debug folder.
Delete the windows32.ncb file.
Select the remaining folder and files. (Control-A will do this.)
With all files highlighted, right-click anywhere in the group and select Send To, then Compressed
(zipped) Folder. This creates a zipped file in your project folder.
Rename the zipped file as lastname.zip (using your last name).
Upload the project to the Assignment link.

the question is listed below:



Suppose that someone has a certain number of coins (pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, fifty-cent pieces, and dollar coins) and wants to know the total value of the coins, as well as how many coins there are. Write a program to help. Specifically, follow the design below.

prompt for and input the number of pennies;

total := number of pennies;

numberOfCoins := number of pennies;

prompt for and input the number of nickels;

total := total + 5 * number of nickels;

add number of nickels to numberOfCoins;

prompt for and input the number of dimes;

total := total + 10 * number of dimes;

add number of dimes to numberOfCoins;

prompt for and input the number of quarters;

total := total + 25 * number of quarters;

add number of quarters to numberOfCoins;

prompt for and input the number of fifty-cent pieces;

total := total + 50 * number of fifty-cent pieces;

add number of fifty-cent pieces to numberOfCoins;

prompt for and input the number of dollars;

total := total + 100 * number of dollars;

add number of dollars to numberOfCoins;

display "There are", numberOfCoins, "coins worth";

display total div 100, "dollars and", total mod 100, "cents";

Note that you are displaying dollars and cents for the total. Assume that all values will fit in doublewords.

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