Tag: LMC

Higher or Lower LMC Challenge

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For this challenge you will write a program of Guess the number (Higher or Lower?) using LMC assembly language. Your program will be used by two users (player A and player B) as follows: Ask player A to input a

Fibonacci Sequence using LMC

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Did you know? The Fibonacci Sequence is the series of numbers: 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55 … where the next number is found by adding up the two numbers just before it. The first

LMC Simulator

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LMC simulators are based on the Little Man Computer (LMC) model of a computer, created by Dr. Stuart Madnick in 1965. The LMC simulator is generally used to for educational purposes, because it models a simple Von Neumann architecture computer

Triangular Numbers using LMC

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A triangular number correspond to the number of dots that would appear in an equilateral triangle when using a basic triangular pattern to build the triangule. The triangular numbers sequence contains all the triangular numbers in order. The first 10

Little Man Computer – Max Function

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In this challenge we will create a computer program using LMC (Little Man Computer) that takes two inputs and outputs the larger (max) of the the two inputs. By completing this challenge we will investigate the use of the branching

Little Man Computer: Countdown Timer

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In this challenge we will create a computer program using LMC (Little Man Computer) that takes a number as an input (e.g. 5) and outputs a countdown from this value. (e.g: 5.4.3.2.1.0). By completing this challenge we will investigate the

Little Man Computer: Mini Challenges

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By completing this set of 12 mini challenges you will write programs using Little Man Computer using all the instructions of the LMC instruction set (See below). You will start with basic Input / Process / Output challenges based on

Understanding Memory Address Modes

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There are many ways to locate data and instructions in primary memory and these methods are called “memory address modes”. Memory address modes determine the method used within the program to access data either from the Cache or the RAM.

Little Man Computer: Factorial Challenge

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In Mathematics, the factorial of n is denoted by n! and calculated by the product of integer numbers from 1 to n. For instance: In this challenge you will write a program using Little Man Computer to ask the user

Little Man Computer: Multiplication

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Write an LMC program to let the user enter two numbers, num1 and num2. The program should output the results of multiplying these two numbers: num1 x num2. LMC Simulators Online LMC Simulator Alternative LMC Simulator Solution While checking the