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Recursive algorithms

; This program takes an unsorted array and sorts ; it using mergesort. INCLUDE Irvine32.inc .data ProgInfo BYTE "CPSC 232 - Mergesort Program", 0 unSortList DWORD 1000, 501, 100, 51, 0, 1, 1, 0, 50, 101, 500, 1001 ;unSortList DWORD 0,1,0,1,0,0,0,1,1,1,0,1,0 ;unSortList DWORD 27,10,12,20,25,13,44,15,22,10,44,50,10 ;unSortList DWORD 27,1000,12,20,25,13,44,15,22,10,44,50,10 ;unSortList DWORD 100,99,98,97,96,95,94,93,92,91,90,50,51,52,53,54,55,56,57,59,59,10,9,8,7,6,5,4,3,2,1,0 tempList DWORD (LENGTHOF unsortList) DUP(0) List1 BYTE "The unsorted list is: ", 0 List2 BYTE 10,"The sorted list is: ", 0 comma BYTE ", " .code Display PROC mov eax,[esi] add esi, 4 call writedec dec ecx DisplayLoop: lea edx, comma call writestring mov eax,[esi] add esi, 4 call writedec loop DisplayLoop ret Display ENDP Merge proc L1: cmpebx, 0 je AddArray2 cmpecx, 0 je AddArray1 mov eax,[esi] cmpeax,[edi] jl AddArray1 ;Jump if less jmp AddArray2 ;Jump if greater or equal AddArray1: cmpebx, 0 je EndJump mov eax,[esi] mov [edx],ax add esi,4 add edx,4 dec ebx jmp L1 AddArray2: cmpecx, 0 je EndJump mov eax,[edi] mov [edx],ax add edi,4 add edx,4 dec ecx jmp L1 EndJump: ret Merge ENDP ; Sorts using mergesort, ; requires esi = array to sort, edi = temporary array, ecx = array length MergeSort PROC push ecx ; save length push esi ; save array push edi ; save temp array cmpecx, 1 ; if length is 1, it's sorted jleendSort push ecx shr ecx,1 ; divide length by 2 call MergeSort ; sort the half array mov eax, ecx pop ecx push esi push eax sub ecx, eax ; get length of second half of array shleax, 2 ; multiply first array length by 4 add esi, eax ; advance pointer call MergeSort ; sort the half array mov edx, edi mov edi, esi pop ebx ; load length of first array pop esi ; load address of first array call Merge mov esi,[esp] ; load address of temp array mov edi,[esp + 4] ; load address of initial array mov ecx, [esp+8] ; load number of elements ; copy from temp to initial array copy: mov eax,[esi] mov [edi], eax add esi, 4 add edi, 4 loop copy endSort: pop edi ; restore registers pop esi pop ecx ret MergeSort ENDP main PROC mov edx, OFFSET Proginfo call WriteString call Crlf call Crlf mov edx, offset List1 call writestring mov ecx,lengthofunsortList mov esi,offsetunsortList call Display mov esi,OFFSETunsortList mov edi,OFFSETtempList mov ecx,LENGTHOFunsortList ; elements in list call MergeSort mov edx, offset List2 call writestring mov ecx,lengthofunsortList mov esi,offsetunsortList call Display call Crlf exit main ENDP END main

Defining and calling functions

# Get a valid coffee order def get_customer_order(): print("We serve Long Black, Flat White, Latte, Short Black") coffee = input("What would you like? ") while coffee != "Long Black"\ and coffee != "Flat White"\ and coffee != "Latte"\ and coffee != "Short Black": coffee = input("Can you please try again? ") return coffee # Function to force the user enter a Y or N answer def confirm(prompt): while True: response = input(prompt) if response == "Y" or response == "N": return response # Get whether there will be milk on the side def get_extras(): if confirm("Do you want milk on the side (Y/N)? ") == "Y": return "Milk on the side" return "No extras" # Get whether to take out or dine in def get_here_or_to_go(): if confirm("Would you like your order to go (Y/N)? ") == "Y": return "To go" return "In cafe" if __name__ == '__main__': print("Welcome to my Coffee Shop") # Set the coffee settings coffee = get_customer_order() extras = "No extras" if coffee == "Long Black" or coffee == "Short Black": extras = get_extras() here_or_to_go = get_here_or_to_go() # Print the order print() print(coffee) if extras is not None: print(extras) print(here_or_to_go)