Lab 3 - Lab 3 Rational Interactive Tiny Lab Report Student...

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Lab 3 – Rational Interactive Tiny Lab Report Student Name: Harsh Patel Due: online beginning of Lab 4 Each question is worth 20 points. 1. Why isn’t assembly language programming used for large application development? In other words, what makes programming in a high-level language much more attractive than assembly language programming? Assembly language programming isn’t used to write large applications because the high level languages are so easy to use compared to assembly language. Such as writing a hello world program in some high level languages would be just print ’Hello World’ , while in assembly language it would take significantly more lines of code and would be more time consuming than to write it in high level language. Another advantage high-level language has is that they are universal. 2. As you have seen, this Assembly Language program mimics how the CPU, CPU Registers and Memory work. Why can’t we use the CPU registers for the permanent storage of data? Hint: this is not due to the low number of registers
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2011 for the course IST 350 taught by Professor Hillman during the Spring '11 term at RIT.

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