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$ Programmed in a happy hour before our informatics exam about MMIX $ by Hannes Hannak (email@example.com) and Mathias Poths (firstname.lastname@example.org) $ [comments by Thomas Rösner (email@example.com)] $ website at http://www.poths.com/99bottles.php *15th of July 2002* $ Here is another line with exactly the same length as those above. $ Our fluffy little strings have to live in the boring data segment LOC Data_Segment+#100 GREG @ A BYTE " Bottle(s) of beer on the wall,",#a,0 LOC (@+3)&-4 B BYTE " Bottle(s) of beer.",#a,0 LOC (@+3)&-4 C BYTE "Take one down, pass it around,",#a,0 LOC (@+3)&-4 D BYTE " Bottle(s) of beer on the wall.",#a,#a,0 $ Our code - naturally - wants to sit in a truly executive position LOC #100 $ First we give our poor "I'm just a number"-registers a fancy name i0 IS $0 Our bottles! i1 IS $1 Invariant: there are i1*10+i0 bottles of beer on the wall a IS $2 Here the pointers to the strings above will reside b IS $3 c IS $4 d IS $5 offset IS $6 This helps us printing 5 instead of 05 t IS $255 A sad global register holding nothing but tmp data $ Second these registers get some very sophisticated initial values Main SET i0,9 99 bottles of beer SET i1,9 LDA a,A Load address of strings LDA b,B (kindly sponsored by GREG@) LDA c,C LDA d,D $ Welcome to the MAIN LOOP! Ye all who enter here, abandon all beer 1H ADDU t,i0,i1 BZ t,0F i0+i1==0? No beer left. Go away. $ The next part is about the dark side of MMIX: string manipulation ADDU t,i1,'0' Convert i1 to a ASCII-digit and STBU t,a write it in our strings. STBU t,b ADDU t,i0,'0' The same for i0, STBU t,a,1 but one byte behind. STBU t,b,1 SUBU i0,i0,1 decrement i0 and BNN i0,2F watch for overflow SET i0,9 and handle it. SUBU i1,i1,1 2H ADDU t,i1,'0' again, write our new digits STBU t,d ADDU t,i0,'0' both of them STBU t,d,1 $ While manipulation can be fun better remember to watch the result ADDU t,a,offset we shall never print a leading zero TRAP 0,Fputs,StdOut bring forth the strings so I can sing them! ADDU t,b,offset TRAP 0,Fputs,StdOut SET t,c <-- this is a boring constant string TRAP 0,Fputs,StdOut we print it anyway ZSZ offset,i1,1 Hm, time to think about a new offset ADDU t,d,offset so our last line will have a correct one TRAP 0,Fputs,StdOut when printed $ "Premature optimization is the root of all evil." Donald E. Knuth JMP 1B sing(verse++); 0H TRAP 0,Halt,0 Sorry, we're closed.
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