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    The MIPS instruction that loads a word into a register is the lw instruction. How can a load or store instruction specify an address that is the same size as itself?
    CPU Instruction Set. MIPS IV Instruction Set. Rev 3.2. List of Tables. Table A-1. Load/Store Operations Using Register + Offset Addressing Mode. . . . . . A-3.
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    Instructions are all 32 bits; byte(8 bits), halfword (2 bytes), word (4 bytes) allowed with load and store instructions; all other instructions use register operands.
    To get stuff to/from memory and into/out of registers, we have explicit instructions that move data. Load instructions read data from memory and copy it to a register. Store instructions write data from a register to memory. The MIPS R2000 is a load/store architecture.
    Load Instructions. Load computed address, not the contents of the location, into register Rdest. lb Rdest, addressLoad Byte lbu Rdest, addressLoad Unsigned
    How would you write code in MIPS assembly to compute: — 1 + 2 + 3 * The MIPS ?load byte? instruction lb transfers one byte of data from main memory to a
    load address la $1,label $1=Address of label. Pseudo-instruction (provided by assembler, not processor!) Loads computed address of label (not its contents) into
    load address la $1,label $1=Address of label. Pseudo-instruction (provided by assembler, not processor!) Loads computed address of label (not its contents) into

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