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Binary search in a sorted array using CUSP assembly assignment help

The assignment deals with searching a number in a sorted array using CUSP assembly. The program takes a number to search from a determined address in memory and an array that starts at a predetermined address in memory. The program uses binary search to search the number in the array. The search result is saved in the accumulator. In the following code, our providers of CUSP assembly assignment help demonstrate binary search to show you the quality of the work we do.

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Searching a Number in an Array Address

Binary search in a sorted array using CUSP assembly assignment help

CUSP Assembly Code for Binary Search .EQU NUMBER, $100 .EQU N, $101 .EQU SORTED, $102 .EQU @,$000 ; program start address LDS# $E00 ; initialize stack to $E00 BinSearch: LDA# 0 ; start left index in 0 STA LEFT ; update variable LDA N ; load number of elements in acc SBA# 1 ; start right index in n-1 = 5 STA RIGHT ; update variable Search: LDA LEFT ; load LEFT index value in ACC CMA RIGHT ; see if LEFT <=RIGHT JGT fail ; if not, end search, we didn't find the number ADA RIGHT ; Add LEFT+RIGHT SHRA ; divide by 2 using a shift right to get the middle TAX ; save middle index in X LDA NUMBER ; load number to search in ACC CMA+ SORTED ; compare number with SORTED[middle] JEQ found ; if they are equal, we found it JLT setright ; if the number is < middle, adjust right index setleft: ; else, number > middle, adjust left index ADX# 1 ; calculate middle+1 STX LEFT ; set LEFT = middle+1 JMP Search ; search again setright: SBX# 1 ; calculate middle-1 STX RIGHT ; set RIGHT = middle-1 JMP Search ; search again found: LDA# 1 ; set acc to 1 to indicate found JMP done ; terminate program fail: LDA# 0 ; set acc to 0 to indicate not found done: HLT ; Variables for the search: LEFT: .WORD 0 RIGHT: .WORD 5 .END