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Shifting and Instructions Part I. Create an eight-bit word and then perform three of the shifting operations on it. (For ease of reading, I suggest that the word be broken into two 4-bit pieces separated by a blank space (i.e. xxxx xxxx) The possible shifting operations include: Logical Shift Right Logical Shift Left Rotate Right -Rotate Left Arithmetic Shift Right Arithmetic Shift Left Each operation should be performed independently on the original 8-bit word. Evaluate a short algebraic expression using code with three-operand instructions. The expression should have a minimum of three operands and 2 operators. Operands may be alpha or numeric You may only use registers A through E plus X and T Registers A through F may not be changed, i.e. their values are fixed. Register T may be used as a temporary register, and Register X must contain the final answer. Show the postfix for the expression, and then use a stack to evaluate the expression. As an example, consider X=A+B + C * D The three-operand instructions would be ADD X, A, B MUL T, C, D ADD X, X, T

Shifting and Instructions Part I. Create an eight-bit word and then perform three of the shifting operations on it. (For ease of reading, I suggest that the word be broken into two 4-bit pieces separated by a blank space (i.e. xxxx xxxx) The possible shifting operations include: Logical Shift Right Logical Shift Left Rotate Right -Rotate Left Arithmetic Shift Right Arithmetic Shift Left Each operation should be performed independently on the original 8-bit word. Evaluate a short algebraic expression using code with three-operand instructions. The expression should have a minimum of three operands and 2 operators. Operands may be alpha or numeric You may only use registers A through E plus X and T Registers A through F may not be changed, i.e. their values are fixed. Register T may be used as a temporary register, and Register X must contain the final answer. Show the postfix for the expression, and then use a stack to evaluate the expression. As an example, consider X=A+B + C * D The three-operand instructions would be ADD X, A, B MUL T, C, D ADD X, X, T Show transcribed image text

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