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Unformatted text preview: p ´ ¡ ¡ · µ 4 load a %st(1) %st(0) divp 5 addp · ¡ ¡ ¡ µ %st(0) 12 multp ¡ ¡ ´ · ¡ µ %st(0) 6 neg ´ · %st(0) 13 storep x ´ · µ %st(1) %st(0) 7 load c Problem 3.26 Solution: [Pg. 179] This code is similar to that generated by the compiler for selecting between two values based on the outcome of a test. test %eax,%eax %st(1) %st(0) jne L11 fstp %st(0) jmp L9 L11: %st(0) fstp %st(1) L9: %st(0) The resulting top of stack value is x ? a : b. Problem 3.27 Solution: [Pg. 182] 714 APPENDIX B. SOLUTIONS TO PRACTICE PROBLEMS Floating-point code is tricky, with all the different conventions about popping operands, the order of the arguments, etc. This problem gives you a chance to work through some specific cases in complete detail. 1 fldl b %st(0) %st(1) 2 fldl a %st(0) 3 fmul %st(1),%st ¡ ¡ %st(1) %st(0) %st(1) %st(0) 4 fxch ¡ 5 %st(1) %st(0) fdivrl c 6 fsubrp ¡ %st(0) 7 fstp x This code computes the expression x = a*b - c/b. Problem 3.28 Solution: [Pg. 184] This problem requires you to think about the different oper...
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This note was uploaded on 09/02/2010 for the course ELECTRICAL 360 taught by Professor Schultz during the Spring '10 term at BYU.

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