Stand alone system - assembly language program, Assembly Language

Develop an assembly language program for the system and simulate it using MPLAB. From this produce a demo program (in Assembly language) that will run on the MatrixMultimedia Development Board as a 'stand alone system' in real time. Submit an electronic version of the .asm and the .hex files for this program. Include evidence of simulation within your report. Remember to structure your code in a logical fashion, and use sensible names for variables and labels.

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