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Write (and test using DS5) an assembly language program in ARMv8 to find the sum, the largest and the smallest of n non-zero positive integers.  Declare data sections to store the n positive values as an array v and a variable to store n.  Create a loop to go through the array for finding the sum of the elements of the array, the largest and the smallest numbers. Store sum in register X10, largest and smallest values in X11, X12 respectively.Test input: n= 7; the eight positive integers are: 12, 17, 29, 2, 79, 55, 94Submit (Required):     a) A file containing your assembly code (.S file)                                    b). A read me file on how to execute. Indicate your use of registers.c). At least two screen shots, showing register values (i) before executing the first instruction in your code and (ii) a screen shot showing the register contents after the last instruction is executed (to show results)(Optional):      You can submit additional screen shots to show register contents at various points of execution.You can also test your program with different inputs and submit those results also (screen shots to show the final values in registers X10, X11, X12)
Write (and test using DS5) an assembly language program in ARMv8 to find the sum, the largest and the smallest of n non-zero positive integers. Declare data sections to store the n positive values as
CSCE 2610: Assembly Language and Computer Organization Fall 2020 Programming Assignment 1 Due: Sept 29, 2020   Write (and test using DS5) an assembly language program in ARMv8 to find the sum, the largest and the smallest of n non-zero positive integers. Declare data sections to store the n positive values as an array v and a variable to store n. Create a loop to go through the array for finding the sum of the elements of the array, the largest and the smallest numbers. Store sum in register X10, largest and smallest values in X11, X12 respectively. Test input: n= 7; the eight positive integers are: 12, 17, 29, 2, 79, 55, 94 Submit (Required): a) A file containing your assembly code (.S file) b). A read me file on how to execute. Indicate your use of registers. c). At least two screen shots, showing register values (i) before executing the first instruction in your code and (ii) a screen shot showing the register contents after the last instruction is executed (to show results) (Optional): You can submit additional screen shots to show register contents at various points of execution. You can also test your program with different inputs and submit those results also (screen shots to show the final values in registers X10, X11, X12)

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