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MIPS Assembly Language

Posted on 2012-09-03
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Last Modified: 2012-09-13
I am using Mars for my program.

1) How can I define WORD1 as word with no initial value?
2) How can I store a value into WORD1
3) How can I define the temp registers and then clear them?

Question by:pauledwardian
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See:  http://logos.cs.uic.edu/366/notes/mips%20quick%20tutorial.htm  e.g.

  word1:	.word    0
	li	$t1, 12345	# set temp reg $t1 to 12345   ("load immediate")
	sw	$t1, word1	# store contents of register $t1 into RAM:  word1 = $t1
	li	$t1, 0              # Set  $t1  to: 0   

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