HLA Assembly language program
PROGRAM 5: Big Number!Write an HLA Assembly language program that prompts for a specific int8 value named n and then displays a repeated digit pattern starting with that number. The repeated digit pattern should show all the odd numbers from 1 up to that number followed by all the even numbers from 2 up to that number. Shown below is a sample program dialogue.Gimme a decimal value to use as n: 6The big number is: 135246
Gimme a decimal value to use as n: 11The big number is 1357911246810
(Hint: I would recommend you write it first in C or Visual Basic and then translate your lines of code, one-by-one, into a assembly statements, just like our good friend mr. compiler does.)(Hint: Since we don’t really know how to do much math at this point, start your first loop at 1 and the second loop at 2 and then increment by 2 in each loop until you reach n…)
PROGRAM 6: Number LadderWrite an HLA Assembly language program that prompts for two specific int8 value. The first value should be less than the second. If that is not the case, don’t print anything. With two appropriate values, build the ladder of increments and decrements as shown below. Shown below is a sample program dialogue.