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Capitalize Your Name in an array. [7 points] Declare a string variable named firstName containing your first name all in lower-case letters. With the use of a loop and indexed operands, write an assembly program that converts all characters in firstName to upper-case letters. For example, thitima would be changed to THITIMA . Add values to the elements in array. [8 points] Declare an array of 32-bit unsigned integer named myNum initialized with the following integers: With the use of a loop and indirect operands, add an incrementing value to each element starting from 1. For example, the value 1 should be added to the first element of the array, the value 2 should be added to the second element of the array and so forth. After all the execution, myNum will contain the following elements: Copying an array. [10 points] With the use of loop(s) and indexed operands, copy the array firstName from task 1 to another array named target.
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