A simple processor has four major phases to its instruction cycle: fetch, indirect, execute, and interrupt. Two 1-bit flags designate the current phase in a hardwired implementation.
a. Why are these flags needed?
b. Why are they not needed in a microprogrammed control unit?
Describe the implementation of the multiply instruction in the hypothetical machine designed by Wilkes. Use a narrative and a flowchart.
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