Reading Summary Questions for Chapter 9

[Rachael Johnson: Chapter 9] submitted

[Richard Banister: Chapter 9] submitted

[Ernie Scott: Chapter 9] submitted

[Ernie Scott: Chapter 9] Is there a place that will reference the common subroutines and explain them in detail so that the programmer knows they are there and knows what they do and how to use them?

[Shawn McCaffrey: Chapter 9] submitted

[Helen Magobet: Chapter 9] submitted

[Helen Magobet: Chapter 9] Hello, the text mentions that programmers do not have to create libraries. The libraries are prewritten in hopes of freeing the programmer for more advanced task. What about creating a new library, will the progammer know how if he/she is never taught?

[Mujtaba Talebi: Chapter 9] submitted

[Thomas McFadden: Chapter 7] submitted

[Thomas McFadden: Chapter 8] submitted

[Thomas McFadden: Chapter 9] submitted

[Thomas McFadden: Appendix C] submitted

[Daniel McDevitt: Chapter 9] submitted

[Daniel McDevitt: Chapter 9] No Questins

[Daniel McDevitt: Chapter 9] I think I need to hear the lecture

[Rachael Johnson: Chapter 10] submitted

[Rachael Johnson: Chapter 10] Is the stack a useable function that we can use for our project?

[Ernie Scott: Chapter 10] submitted

[Shawn McCaffrey: Chapter 10] submitted

[Shawn McCaffrey: Chapter 10] When you are setting aside a memory location to save a register, do you always just initally .FILL that location with x0000(0)?

[Richard Banister: Chapter 10] submitted

[Richard Banister: Chapter 10] Why is there no code for interrupt I/O? I'd like to know how to implement it, if possible.

[Helen Magobet: Chapter 10] submitted

[Helen Magobet: Chapter 10] Arithmetic using a stack.

[Helen Magobet: Chapter 10] submitted

[Helen Magobet: Chapter 10] Arithmetic using a stack.

[Mujtaba Talebi: Chapter 10] submitted

[Rachael Johnson: Chapter 17] submitted

[Richard Banister: Chapter 17] submitted

[Helen Magobet: Chapter 17] submitted

[Helen Magobet: Chapter 17] Just a comment, Professor I really enjoyed this class except that I think that it should be offered twice a week. In that, the material is relevent and would require less refreshment at the beginning of each weekly class. It is very easy to get disconnected from the material if you do not participate in class at least twice a week. {With all the computer technology we still need professors.:)) In addition, the RSF and Homework helped somewhat to stay on track. However, I wish that we would have less structure and more time to play with the programming like the LC3 or C programming. I found myself so busy turning in the homework that I did not have much time to program. On the other hand since the class was once a week the homeworks were necessary in maintaining a CSC1200 connection.:( The class was well organized and I did learn, which is difficult for an old dog like myself. Just a small synopsis of my comments and thoughts of the class.

[Shawn McCaffrey: Chapter 17] submitted

[Shawn McCaffrey: Chapter 17] No questions this chapter!

[Mujtaba Talebi: Chapter 17] submitted

[Mujtaba Talebi: Chapter 17] Please go over the Towers of Hanoi and the Fibonacci Number sequence!

[Tom McFadden: Chapter 10] submitted

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