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Hi,
  I have a c++ program which I would like to convert to MIPS. Is there any tool available which would allow me to do that ??
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gcc has backends for many different processors. I used to use in on R2000 DEC stations so I would bet that it can compile (and cross compile) MIPS. Also, lcc (http://www.cs.princeton.edu/software/lcc/) is a retargetable Ansi-C compiler that include R3000 back end.

Hope this helps, -bcl
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