2:010 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY I COURSE SYLLABUS Fall Semester, 2007
Course Supervisor: Dr. Jeffrey Denburg Office: 325 Biology Building (BB) Office Hours: 2:00 4:00 PM Tues. and Thurs. or by appointment. Phone: 335-1088 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
UNIVERSITY OF IOWA
An Intricate Society: Biofilms
Mohammed A. Said 00616954 04/16/2008 Sec: 002:010:A10
A) Describe the technological advances and conceptual changes that had to occur before the significance of the biofilms could be appreciated? It
Pep/8 Op codes so far
Note: for each instruction, only the op code, register, and addressing mode are given.
Almost all instructions include an additional 2 bytes (16 bits, 4 hextets), representing data
or the address of data
Sample exam 3
Write a Java or C+ method (or function) equivalent to the following Pep/8 assembly language
value: .block 2
char1: .byte '$'
char2: .byte ' '
prompt: .ascii "Enter a number: \x00";
main: stro prompt, d
deci value, d