Posted by **MIPS HELP........SIMPLE PROGRAM** on Wednesday, March 14, 2012 at 8:26pm.

Your goal for this project is to write an unsigned 16-bit software implementation of both the multiplier and the divider architectures found in the book.

Input/Output

You are required to read two unsigned integers from the console. The valid range for both values is 0 to 65535. Your program will multiply and divide them and provide the product, quotient, and remainder. Your program must include a trap (i.e. a notification and graceful exit) for divide-by-zero.

Here’s an example run:

Enter an integer: 10

Enter an integer: 4

Product is 40

Quotient is 2

Remainder is 2

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**MathMate**, Wednesday, March 14, 2012 at 11:37pm
For you benefit, I suggest you start with a pseudocode or a draft coding even if it does not compile.

From the starting point, we can better help you without doing it for you.

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**MIPS HELP........SIMPLE PROGRAM**, Tuesday, March 20, 2012 at 9:35pm
I got the code and it works..............its just that I don't know how to do it wihtout using the "mult" and "div" operands.

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