TheMachineInstructionCycleHW - Comp. Sci. - Overview p. 111...

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Comp. Sci. - Overview p. 111 sec. 2.3 Program Execution (Machine Instruction Cycle) 1. Suppose the memory cells from addresses 00 to 05 in the machine described in Appendix C contain the (hexadecimal) bit patterns given in the following table: Address Contents 00 14 01 02 02 34 03 17 04 CO 05 00 If we start the machine with its program counter containing 00, what bit pattern is in the memory cell whose address is hexadecimal 17 when the machine halts? Hexadecimal 34
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Comp. Sci. - Overview p. 111 sec. 2.3 Program Execution (Machine Instruction Cycle) 2. Suppose the memory cells at addresses B0 to B8 in the machine described in Appendix C contain the (hexadecimal) bit patterns given in the following table: Address Contents BO 13 B1 B8 B2 A3 B3 02 B4 33 B5 B8 B6 C0 B7 00 B8 0F a. If the program counter starts at BO, what bit pattern is in register number 3 after the first instruction has been executed? OF
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This note was uploaded on 12/19/2011 for the course CSCI 101 taught by Professor Dr.ambrose during the Spring '11 term at Community College of Baltimore County.

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