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MIPS' native assembly code only has two branch instructions, beq and bne, and only one comparison instruction, slt. Using just these three instructions (along with the ori instruction to set a to 0 or 1), write (by hand) the MIPS assembly language equivalents for the following

"C" code snippets, assuming that a is stored in register $4, and b is stored in register $5. Remember that in "C", if an expression is true, it evaluates to 1 and if false, it evaluates to 0.

a) a = (a < b);

b) a = (a > b);

c) a = (a == b);

d) a = (a != b);

e) a = (a <= b);

f) a = (a >= b);

 

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