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CSE 230 Project 1: LED Counter Learning Objectives: ● Become familiar with PLPTool features ● Use PLP arithmetic and control flow instructions ● Write to a memory mapped I/O device Installing a Java Runtime Environment: In order to install PLPTool you will need to have a JRE (Java Runtime Environment)installed. The default installation of a JDK (Java Development Kit) includes a JRE if you have one installed then you are ready to install PLPTool. If you don’t have a JRE installed you can use one of the following links to get it: 1. Download JDK – I would recommend installing the JDK if you haven’t already since it is required in order to compile Java programs (you won’t need to write any Java in this class, but other classes will most likely use it). 2. Download JRE – Use this instead if you don’t need or don’t have space for the entire JDK. Installing PLPTool: There are 4 PLPTool releases available on GitHub. The different releases are as follows: • Windows (.exe) – Uses a standard installation wizard • Debian (.deb) – Install