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machine language program that takes a binary number and computes the decimal equivalent.

machine language program that takes a binary number and computes the
decimal equivalent. The program should prompt user to enter the binary number bit by bit
and then compute and di
splay the decimal equivalent
.
Assume
the
binary number
can
contain any number of bits and represent non
-
negative integers only. The user should
enter
each binary digit one by one with the first bit entered being the rightmost
binary
bit
and so on. The user
should enter any negative number
(except
-
99)
to indicate end of bits,
at which point the program should compute
and display the decimal. The program should
then loop to prompt user for the next binary number. Once the user is done, he/she enters
-
99 to i
ndicate end of program, at which point the program should exit.

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