Program on virtual learning environment, Assembly Language

Task One

Produce a menu such as the one below (remember to keep to this specification).

M E N U

1, Enter Number 1

2, Enter Number 2

3, Display num1 and num2

4, Display sum of num1 and num2

5, Display product of num1 and num2

6, Divide num 1 by num 2

7, Exchange numbers 1 and 2

8, Display Numbers between num 1 and num 2

9, Sum numbers between num1 and num2

10, Raise num 1 to the power of num2

11, Display prime numbers between num1 and num2

12, Quit

Choose an Option:

Task Two - Input and Output

The first two options allow the user to enter two integer numbers (num1 and num2) that should be stored by the program. The third option should print the numbers previously entered.

 Task Three - Arithmetic

Options 3,4,5 and 6 should display the results of adding, multiplying, and dividing num1 and num2.

Division should display both the quotient and the remainder.

Assignment- MIPS Assembler

6G4Z1002 Computer Systems Fundamentals, 2011/2012

Task Four - Exchange

Option 7 should exchange the values of num1 and num2.

Task Five - Ranges

The eighth option should display all the numbers between num1 and num2 inclusive.

The ninth option should display the sum of all the numbers between num1 and num2 inclusive

Task Six - Power

Option 10 will raise one num1 to the power of num2 (num1num2 ) and display the result.

Task Seven - Primes

Option 11 will display only the prime numbers between num1 and num2.

Handing-In

You are required to submit your assignment via the Virtual Learning Environment. The program should include your name, and ID number as comments at the beginning of your program. The program should be named using the following pattern id.asm e.g. 55991231.asm.

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