CIS_11_HW2 - CIS 11 Homework 3 CH 3.1 6. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13....

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Homework 3 CH 3.1 6. No, string constants can also be enclosed with double quotes. 9. True, an identifier cannot begin with a numeric digit. 10. True, identifiers are case insensitive. 11. False, assembler directives are used by the assembler. 12. True, assembler directives are also case insensitive. 13. The four parts of an instruction are: label, mnemonic, operand, and comments. 14. True, MOV is an instruction mnemonic. 15. True, a code label must be preceded by a colon but a data label doesn’t. CH 3.2 2. The .code directive identifies the beginning of the code segment. 6. The PROC directive begins a procedure. 7. The ENDP directive ends a procedure. 8. The END statement marks the end of the program, and the word next to it marks the  “main” function. CH 3.3 1. The assembler produces a list and object file. 4. The loader reads and executes programs.
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This note was uploaded on 04/30/2008 for the course CIS 11 taught by Professor Oneal during the Spring '08 term at Riverside Community College.

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CIS_11_HW2 - CIS 11 Homework 3 CH 3.1 6. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13....

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