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Consider the following instruction sequence where registers $\text{R1}, \text{R2}$ and $\text{R3}$ are general purpose and $\text{MEMORY[X]}$ denotes the content at the memory location $\text{X}.$ ... decimal format. Assume that the memory is byte addressable. After the execution of the program, the content of memory location $3010$ is ____________
asked Feb 18 in CO and Architecture Arjun 892 views
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Arrange the following types of machine in descending order of complexity. SISD MIMD SIMD Choose the correct answer from the options given below: $a,b,c$ $c,b,a$ $b.c.a$ $c,a,b$
asked Nov 20, 2020 in CO and Architecture jothee 298 views
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In a $10$-bit computer instruction format, the size of address field is $3$-bits. The computer uses expanding OP code technique and has $4$ two-address instructions and $16$ one-address instructions. The number of zero address instructions it can support is $256$ $356$ $640$ $756$
asked Apr 1, 2020 in CO and Architecture Lakshman Patel RJIT 447 views
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Consider the following assembly language instructions: mov al, 15 mov ah, 15 xor al, al mov cl, 3 shr ax, cl add al, 90H add ah, 0 What is the value in $ax$ register after execution of above instructions? $0270H$ $0170H$ $01E0H$ $0370H$
asked Mar 24, 2020 in CO and Architecture jothee 958 views
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The contents of Register $(BL)$ and Register $(AL)$ of $8085$ microprocessor are $49H$ and $3AH$ respectively. The contents of $AL$, the status of carry flag $(CF)$ and sign flag $(SF)$ after executing $'SUB AL, BL'$ assembly language instruction, are $AL=0FH; \: CF=1; \: SF= 1$ $AL = F0H; \: CF = 0; \: SF = 0$ $AL =F1H; \: CF = 1; \: SF= 1$ $AL =1FH; \: CF=1; \:SF=1$
asked Mar 24, 2020 in CO and Architecture jothee 732 views
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A processor has $64$ registers and uses $16$-bit instruction format. It has two types of instructions: I-type and R-type. Each I-type instruction contains an opcode, a register name, and a $4$-bit immediate value. Each R-type instruction contains an opcode and two register names. If there are $8$ distinct I-type opcodes, then the maximum number of distinct R-type opcodes is _______.
asked Feb 12, 2020 in CO and Architecture Arjun 12.2k views
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A computer which issues instructions in order, has only $2$ registers and $3$ opcodes $\text{ADD, SUB}$ and $\text{MOV}$. Consider $2$ ... and by how many $\text{MOV}$ instructions? $\text{Case 2,2}$ $\text{Case 2,3}$ $\text{Case 1,2}$ $\text{Case 1,3}$
asked Jan 13, 2020 in CO and Architecture Satbir 1.1k views
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Consider the hypothetical processor is supports both 2 address and one address instructions. It has 128-word memory A 16-bit instruction is placed in the one memory word. Q1.What is the range of two address and one address instructions are supported? A)1 to 3 and 128 ... address instructions can be supported? A)128 B)2 C)256 D)32 PLEASE GIVE SOLUTION IN DETAILED MANNER...ESPECIALLY FOR PART 1.
asked Feb 1, 2019 in CO and Architecture learner_geek 1.6k views
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Q.A stack based CPU executes the instruction.Memory location 500 contains 0x88 and memory location 700 contains 0x37.The stack pointer is at 0x003F. The instructions are as follows: I1:PUSH 500 I2:PUSH 700 I3:ADD I4:POP 600 I5:PUSH 300 Which of the ... )Memory location 0x40 contain 0x88 after execution instructions c)Memory location 600 contains 0xBF after execution instructions d)Both (a) and (c)
asked Jan 20, 2019 in CO and Architecture Badayayash 812 views
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Consider a hypothetical CPU which supports 2 address, 1 address and 0 address instructions. A 16 bit instruction is placed in 128 word memory. If there exists 2 two address instructions and 100 one address instructions, then how many 0 address instructions can be designed?
asked Jan 19, 2019 in CO and Architecture Rishav Chetan 356 views
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A stack based CPU executes the instruction. Memory location 500 contain 0x88 and memory location 700 contains 0x37. The stack pointer is at 0x003F. The instructions are as follows: $I_1 -$ PUSH 500 $I_2 -$ PUSH 700 $I_ 3-$ ADD $I_4- $ POP 600 $I_5 -$ PUSH 300 ... approve all of its suggestions. Log in to use Ginger Limited mode $I_2: PUSH300$ Log in to use Ginger Limited mode $I_2: $PUSH300
asked Jan 16, 2019 in CO and Architecture shreyansh jain 329 views
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How are 2 memory access required here? Only R3 contains a memory address which will be accessed for the operand.
asked Dec 13, 2018 in CO and Architecture shaz 307 views
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The arithmetic expression $: (a + b) \ast c - d / e \ast \ast f$ is to be evaluated on a two-address machine, where each operands, the number of registers required to evaluate this expression is ______. The number of memory access of operand is __________.
asked Nov 26, 2018 in CO and Architecture Satbir 665 views
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For Given machine instructions LW R4 #400 L1:LW R1, 0,(R4) LW R2 400(R4) ADDI R3, R1, R2 SW R3, 0(R4) SUB R4, R4, #4 BNZ R4, L1 on a 5 stage pipeline processor, 1 clock cycle per stage. how mAny clock cycles willtake execution of this segment on the regular architecture?
asked Nov 10, 2018 in CO and Architecture rishabhdevsingh1 289 views
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Given 2 machine instructions, LW R4 #400 LW R1, 0,(R4) IN second instruction what will be loaded in R1,is it the operand at memory location 400?or some random memory location operand..I want to clarify weather value stored in register is same as adress that register points.
asked Nov 9, 2018 in CO and Architecture rishabhdevsingh1 326 views
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Consider the following program segment used to execute on a hypothetical processor. Consider all the registers are of 16 bit size I1 MOV CX,0005 ; CX ← 0005 I2 MOV BX,OFF7H ; BX ← OFF7H I3 MOV AX,OBCAH ; AX ← OBCAH I4 OR BX,AX ; BX ← BX (OR) ... operations takes 4 cycles and transfer of control operations takes 2 cycles to execute. How much time is required to execute the program on a above CPU?
asked Sep 2, 2018 in CO and Architecture Sumit Singh Chauhan 996 views
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A computer has 256 K word memory. The instruction format has 4 fields i.e., Opcode, register field to represent one of the 60 processor registers, mode field represent one of 7 addressing modes and memory address field. How many instructions the system supports when a 32- bit instruction is placed in the one memory cell.
asked Sep 2, 2018 in CO and Architecture Sumit Singh Chauhan 3.4k views
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A computer has 170 different operations. Word size is 4 bytes one word instructions requires two address fields. One address for register and one address for memory. If there are 37 registers then the memory size is ______________(in KB). Ans. 256KB
asked Jul 31, 2018 in CO and Architecture Na462 994 views
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Assume that RISC processor contains 10 global registers, 10 local registers, 6 In registers and 6 Out register. It contain 4 register windows. What is the size of window and register file of the processor? Ans. 32 and 74 Please Explain the Formula and what's the meaning of Window size and register file in RISC Processor ?
asked Jul 27, 2018 in CO and Architecture Na462 2.3k views
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