COMP 3350 Project #4 Arrays solved


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• Defining and accessing Arrays.
• Dealing with Registers and instructions.
• Defining with Loops
• Debugging and running your assembly code.
• Read the design section and write a program. Submit source file .asm to Canvas.
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• Save your source of assembly program as a .asm document.
• (5 points) Name document as a “Firstname_Lastname.asm”.
• (5 points) Source file can be compiled successfully and no run-time error.
• Submit your “Firstname_Lastname.asm” through the Canvas system. You do not need to
submit hard copies.
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The objective of this assignment is to create a program that will determine if two strings are
anagrams. If the two strings are anagrams, then EAX will have the value 1 after the code has
completed. If they are not anagrams, then EAX will have the value 0.
Two .java implementations are in the “files” section in Canvas. Feel free to use one of these or
another method.
All “high level” directives are not allowed on this homework. (e.g. IF, ENDIF, REPEAT, etc.)
What is anagram? From
noun: anagram; plural noun: anagrams
a word, phrase, or name formed by rearranging the letters of another, such as cinema, formed from
You can read more about in Wikipedia:
Create a BYTE array with the label ‘s1’. This array may be of any length between 2 and 100.
Create a BYTE array with the label ‘s2’. This array should be the same length as ‘s1’.
You may create any other values you deem necessary.
The program should compare the two strings to determine if they are anagrams.
Assume that each of the arrays (s1 and s2) will be the same length. Also assume that all characters in
the array will be capital letters.
Assume that I am a programmer and I tried to implement a MASM version of the java program
“’, I wrote this program Project4_template.asm.
Your job is to successfully implement the comments in the program.
(90 points) 9 lines to implement commented with numbers from (1) to (9).
After the code completes EAX would have the value 1. (These are anagrams)
Another example:
After the code completes EAX would have the value 0. (These are not anagrams)
Remember that your program must be flexible enough to handle a string of any length. I could test
with a string of length 2 or 100 or any number in between.