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give two functions to swap variables without using temp variables
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by:jit1
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please give answer to this Q
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by:AlexVirochovsky
ID: 1255060
Look like a homework. But in Assembler: load 2-nd to registre,
move 1-st to 2-nd, save from registe to 1-st.
In C: save 2-nd to disk, move 1-st to 2-nd, read from disk to 1-st.
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by:Answers2000
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XOR algorithm, a sequence of XORs let's you swap variables with a temp in disk or memory
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heyhey_ earned 50 total points
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>> give two functions to swap variables without using temp variables

why do you need TWO functions ??

<pseudo code>
a = a XOR b
b = b XOR a
a = a XOR b

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by:sergelebel
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use inline assembly

asm {
    push Variable_A
    push Variable_B
    pop   Variable_A
    pop   Variable_B
}


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