LAB homework, Assembly Language

1. Write a program that calculates the Fibonacci series: 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, ….. (Except for the first two numbers in the sequence, each number is the sum of the preceding two numbers.) Use LOOP and set the limit for 12 iterations. Assemble, Link, and use DEBUG to trace through the routine.


Attention: This will be a complete assembly language program. A good documentation on your source code is required. You will lose points if you don’t have good documentation. This includes heading, block comment, and line-to-line comment. In the heading, you need to explain what the program is supposed to do, the algorithm, the inputs/outputs, the registers, and other information. You need to have good explanation on your DEBUG results as well.


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