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Rob's idea is what I would have suggested myself. Bit shift by 2 to multiply by 4, and then add in the last one. The other problem with assembly is that you will probably generate code to load the variables from memory, into registers. What else could you do?

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add operand to perform addition of two numbers. sub operand is used to perform subtraction of two numbers. mul operand is used to perform multiplication in Assembly Language. div operand is used to perform division in Assembly Language.

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Aug 29, 2016 · Assembly language program to unpack the packed BCD number // Manually store the packed BCD number [eg: 98 in this case] in the memory locations 3000H // Store the result i.e, the unpacked numbers in the memory locations 3001H and 3002H // For this Example result will be 09 and 08 // 3000<-09, 3001<-08 #ORG 0000H #BEGIN 0000H LDA 3000H //Get the packed BCD number from the memory MOV B,A MVI C ...

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helloworld.asm; Hello World Program - asmtutor.com ; Compile with: nasm -f elf helloworld.asm ; Link with (64 bit systems require elf_i386 option): ld -m elf_i386 helloworld.o -o helloworld ; Run with: ./helloworld SECTION .data msg db 'Hello World!', 0Ah SECTION .text global _start _start: mov edx, 13 mov ecx, msg mov ebx, 1 mov eax, 4 int 80h mov ebx, 0 ; return 0 status on exit - 'No Errors ...

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Assuming you have large arrays of Int64's to multiply, both have throughput of 1 cycle. So with loop unrolling and sufficient registers, you could conceivably hit 1 cycle per multiply, once cycle for non-dependent add. So the deterministic factors would be the number of instructions .AND. the number of L1 (and L2, and RAM latencies).