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ee06_05sol - EE 3755 Homework 6 Due TBA(After covering Note...

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Unformatted text preview: EE 3755 Homework 6 Due: TBA(After covering Note 3 and Note4) MIPS 2: You should know how to use “xspim” Use “ main ” at the beginning instead of “ __start ” and assume no delayed branch when you are using xspim. Estimated time to finish: Prob.1 : 5 hours. Prob.2 :1 hours. Prob.3: 1 hours. Total : 7 hours. When you submit the Hw., Please write down how much time did you spend for the problems. How to submit: Hard copy during the class and program on your account and name it( mips1.asm) for problem 1. Just hard copy for problem 2 and problem 3. Problem 1: (60 pts ) hard copy and leave your program on your account and name it mips1.asm . Write a MIPS program to show word statistics for a paragraph(textdata) Assume the longest word length is 25 output format: Occurrences of word of length x: 1 character word .= 1 2 character word .= 6. 3 …. ….. 25.character word. = 0 ############################################################# .data textdata: .asciiz “ In a distant galaxy eons before the creation of the mythical planet known as Earth, vast civilizations have evolved, and ruling the galaxy is an interstellar Empire created from the ruins of an Old Republic that held sway for generations\n Table: .space 100 #Hint) Words are separated by the space or spaces. # ASCII value for the space is 32(decimal) and ASCII value for the null(\n) # 0(this is for end of the sentence)....
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This note was uploaded on 02/26/2012 for the course EE 3755 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '02 term at LSU.

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