There are important changes from the LC-2 to the LC-3. Some of the instructions are encoded differently for the two ISAs, and some of those differences are subtle. Therefore, some of the solutions that are provided may not be correct in terms of the LC-3.

Problem 1 (18 pts)
Part 1 (6 pts)
- It is not a part of the data set

Part 2 (6 pts)

MUL Ri, Rj, Rk - It is the most complicated of all the instructions.
- MOVE Ri, Rj can be implemented with ADD Ri, Rj, Rk
- NAND Ri, Rj, Rk can be implemented with AND Ri, Rj, Rk followed by NOT Ri
- SHFL Ri, Rj, #2 can be implemented using MUL

Part 3 (6 pts)
Code w/out STI

      .ORIG	x3000
      LD	R0, CONST
      LD	R1, B		; solution
      STR	R0, R1, #0	; solution
      TRAP	x25
B     .FILL	xF3FF

Problem 2 (15 pts)
Symbol Table
D      x3001
E      x3004
B      x3005
F      x3007
A      x300A
C      x300B

Instruction   Machine Code
D	      0010 001 000001010
E	      0001 001 001 1 11111
F	      0000 001 000000101

Descr of program:
Adds up the odd numbers less than or equal to the value stored at A.

Problem 3 (10 pts)
After the zero in R0 is stored to x3007, the trap x22 terminates early, resulting in the following being printed to the screen:


Problem 4 (10 pts)
R0	xA400
R1	x2201
R2	xE000
R3	xA404
R4	x0000
R5	x0000
R6	x0000
R7	x0000

Problem 5 (10 pts)
Error # 1
Line 8, Assemble Time, Undefined symbol SUM

Error # 2
Line 3, Run Time, Used uninitialized register R1 as source operand

Problem 6 (15 pts)
Push R4
Push R1
Pop  R0
Push R3
Pop  R2
Pop  R7

Problem 7 (20 pts)
Missing instructions (in order from top of page)

ADD	R1, R1, #1
TRAP	x25
ADD	R0, R0, #5
BRzp	K