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CS 210: Computer Systems I: Machine Organization Fall 2006 - Section 91 Final Exam - 2006/12/12 Name: ______________________________ ================================================================================ 1: Circle which one (1) of the following is a term for a register that stores a single bit that reflects the presence or absence of a certain condition or state: a) Boolean b) DRAM c) Bit d) Flag ================================================================================ 2: Circle which one (1) of the following is a term for the type of the last argument (the "15") in the CS210CPU instruction "set r0, 15": a) Register b) Immediate c) Complex d) Forward ================================================================================ 3: One line of real assembly code in the example Intel assembly file is: ========================== movl %esp, %ebp ========================== Circle which of the following (it could be any number of them) statements are true about this line of code: a) This is an instruction b) This is a directive c) "%ebp" is a register d) "%ebp" is an immediate argument ================================================================================ 4: Circle which of the following (it could be any number of them) are flags on the CS210CPU which would be significant if you are looking for a condition of "greater than": a) EQ b) NE c) LT d) GT ================================================================================ 5: Perform each of the following bitwise computations: 0b11001 0xC365 0x4212 0o6127 OR 0b10100 AND 0x0C37
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