# Tag Archives: Evaluate

## Evaluate 2’s complement of 8 bits including sign bit. iii) Add 64 and 61- IGNOU MCA Assignment 2015 – 16

MASTER OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS Course Code : MCS-012 Course Title : Computer Organisation and Assembly Language Programming Assignment Number : MCA(I)/012/Assignment/15-16 Maximum Marks : 100 Weightage : 25%   Perform the following arithmetic operations using binary signed 2’s complement notation for integers. You may assume that the maximum size of integers is of 8 bits… Read More »

## Evaluate 2’s complement of 8 bits including sign bit. ii) Subtract 124 from –99 – IGNOU MCA Assignment 2015 – 16

MASTER OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS Course Code : MCS-012 Course Title : Computer Organisation and Assembly Language Programming Assignment Number : MCA(I)/012/Assignment/15-16 Maximum Marks : 100 Weightage : 25%   Perform the following arithmetic operations using binary signed 2’s complement notation for integers. You may assume that the maximum size of integers is of 8 bits… Read More »

## Evaluate 2’s complement of 8 bits including sign bit. i) Add – 128 and 120 – IGNOU MCA Assignment 2015 – 16

MASTER OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS Course Code : MCS-012 Course Title : Computer Organisation and Assembly Language Programming Assignment Number : MCA(I)/012/Assignment/15-16 Maximum Marks : 100 Weightage : 25%   Perform the following arithmetic operations using binary signed 2’s complement notation for integers. You may assume that the maximum size of integers is of 8 bits… Read More »

## Write a program to evaluate the following expression using an accumulator machine: A = B + C * D * E + F 7m jun2006

Write a program to evaluate the following expression using an accumulator machine: A = B + C * D * E + F     7m jun2006   Accumulator Architecture: An accumulator is a specially designated register that supplies one instruction operand and receives the result. The instructions in such machines are normally one-address instructions. The popular… Read More »

## Evaluate the effective address if addressing mode is Direct, Relative, Register indirect, Index with lndex register 6m Dec2005

An instruction is stored at location 500 with its address field at location 501. The address field has the value 300. A processor register R1 contains the number 100. Evaluate the effective address if the addressing mode of the instruction is   6m Dec2005                        … Read More »

## Evaluate 2’s complement of 9 bits including sign bit. iii) Add 124 and 132 – IGNOU MCA Assignment 2014 -15

MASTER OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS Course Code : MCS-012 Course Title : Computer Organisation and Assembly Language Programming Assignment Number : MCA (2)/012/Assign /2014-15 Maximum Marks : 100 Weightage : 25% Perform the following arithmetic operations:- Using binary signed 2’s complement notation for integers. You may assume that the maximum size of integers is of 9… Read More »

## Evaluate 2’s complement of 9 bits including sign bit. ii) Subtract 224 from –99 – IGNOU MCA Assignment 2014 -15

MASTER OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS Course Code : MCS-012 Course Title : Computer Organisation and Assembly Language Programming Assignment Number : MCA (2)/012/Assign /2014-15 Maximum Marks : 100 Weightage : 25% Perform the following arithmetic operations:- Using binary signed 2’s complement notation for integers. You may assume that the maximum size of integers is of 9… Read More »

## Evaluate 2’s complement of 9 bits including sign bit. i) Add – 256 and 206 – IGNOU MCA Assignment 2014 – 15

MASTER OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS Course Code : MCS-012 Course Title : Computer Organisation and Assembly Language Programming Assignment Number : MCA (2)/012/Assign /2014-15 Maximum Marks : 100 Weightage : 25% Perform the following arithmetic operations :- using binary signed 2’s complement notation for integers. You may assume that the maximum size of integers is of… Read More »

## ASSEMBLY16 An Assembly program to find nCr for given n and r

Now we will write another Assembly program to find nCr for given n and r Let’s identify variables needed for this program. First variables will be the one which will hold the value entered by user in the variable N and variable R.DIFF will hold Difference between N and R. In nCr N is always Greater than R so the difference… Read More »

## ASSEMBLY12 An Assembly program to Evaluate 3*(x^3)+4x+5 if flag is 1 or Evaluate 7x+8 if flag is 0. Assume X is 16-bit unsigned integer

Now we will write another Assembly program to Evaluate 3*(x^3)+4x+5 if flag is 1 or Evaluate 7x+8 if flag is 0. Assume X is 16-bit unsigned integer Let’s identify variables needed for this program. First variable will be the one which will hold the value predefined by programmer of 16 bit in the variable X, second variable will be… Read More »