LOL i have no idea...Originally posted by Ragerunner
This was my logic
A = 7 (since hex only goes up to 6, i would of thought A would be 7)
1 = symbolise that A was 7. i.e. A2 would equal 8, A3 would equal 9 etc...
WHAT WAS I THINKING?
Nah man. I failed the year 11 course.Originally posted by Winston
LOL i have no idea...
lol but havent u vaguely remembered hex was base 16, lol... meaning the number system consists of 16 characters to represent its number system
Originally posted by ezzy85
is it just me or did the hardware option people have an advantage in this q? im not complaining, i got it out anyway (i think:?).
i said pretty much what youve been all saying with the intruction code. but someone in my class pointed out that since its got reg m and reg p and other variables, m cannot be the same as n or p. you had to store them in totally different locations and u cant repeat a location. what u guys reckon about this?
Originally posted by -X-
hmm i didn't notice the After exectution...but how would that have affected any one? Also what did ppl put as the accumulator?
For the last part i wrote:
ADD(Reg3, Reg1, Reg2)
ADD(Reg1, Reg2, Reg3)
lol hope i got it right.