Grade boundaries are as follows:
0 to 49 (inclusive) = Fail (Output F to screen)
50 to 69 (inclusive) = Pass (Output P to screen)
70 to 84 (inclusive) = Merit (Output M to screen)
85+ = Distinction (Output D to screen)
Submit a print out of your code and ensure it is fully commented.
Provide relevant screenshots of testing using the following scores (given in decimal):-
49, 50, 51
69, 70, 71
84, 85, 86
This is the question I have given from college. which I need help with
Secondly, make sure you think about the logic for your problem in terms of instructions that the processor understands. Remember that an assembly instruction set makes use of Jump/Branch instructions with labels, CPU Registers, and simple ADD/MOV/SUB type operations, so you need to be able to describe the logic in those terms.
Before writing anything in your assembler, make sure you can describe that logic using plain english or some kind of simplified psuedocode. try writing this down on paper to make sure you understand what the structure of the program should look like before attempting to translate that into assembly instructions.