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C++ converted to assembly help

C++ converted to assembly help

C++ converted to assembly help

Hi all,

I'm new to assembly so I wondering if you can help me out.  I have got a simple code and I need to learn how to translate it to assembly.  

A Fibonacci number series contains the sum of the last two natural numbers. The series starts from 0.

So, the series will be 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21...
up to 15 times.

Here is my first attempt.



.globl main

li $t0, 0          #a = 0         use move
$t0, $t1  to copy
li $t1, 1                          #b = 1
li $t4, 0                        #counter
                                 #loop start     loop:
add $t3, $t1, $t0                #c = a + b
move $t0, $t1                    #a = b
move $t1, $t3                    #b = c
li $v0, 1

add $t4, $t4, 1
bne $t4, 15, loop
jal loop

li $vo, 1

add $a0, $a0, $t1
li $v0, 1

        add $t0 , $t1, $


        jr $ra

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