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CP316: Microprocessor Systems and Interfacing

Constants in program memory

Modify your version of test.asm so that the values for num1 and num2 are originally defined as constants in program memory which are loaded into variables at the beginning of the program.
Hint: Use different names for the constants than you use for the variables to indicate that once they are copied into data memory they no longer have to remain constant. Make sure the case used for the names is different in the different areas of memory.

You will have to do this later. Doing it now will make that easier.

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