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How to translate C++ pseudocode to MIPS assembly language instruction

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(Can you translate this C++ pseuodoce to MIPS language
instruction?)

CountBits


# int count bits(int a0)
{
vo=0;
while (a0){
v0+= a0&1 > add $v0
a0 >> =1, > srav $a0,$a0,$at
}
return 0;

}
Oct 24 '10 #1
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The easiest way is to compile that program on a MIPS cross-compiler and capture the assembly output. On some compilers (for example, gcc) this is accomplished with the -S command line argument [I think].
Oct 25 '10 #2

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