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An Assembly Language Program that reads a string of capital letters, ending with a carriage return, and display the longest sequence of consecutive alphabetically increasing capital letters read

An Assembly Language Program that reads a string of capital letters, ending with a carriage return, and display the longest sequence of consecutive alphabetically increasing capital letters read . [crayon-5d5a608e30f7b209067691/]  

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An Assembly Language Program that prompts a user to enter a line of text. On the next line, display the capital letter entered that comes first alphabetically and the one that comes last, If no capital letters are entered, display “No Capital Letters”

An Assembly Language Program that prompts a user to enter a line of text. On the next line, display the capital letter entered that comes first alphabetically and the one that comes last, If no capital letters are entered, display “No Capital Letters” . [crayon-5d5a608e31853018164915/]  

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An Assembly Language Program that will prompt the user to enter a hex digit character ( “0”…”9″ or “A”…”F” ), display it on the next line in decimal, and ask the user if he or she wants to do it again. If the user types “y” or “Y”, the program repeats; if the user types anything else, the program terminates, If the user enters an illegal character, prompt the user to try again. If the user fails to enter a hex digit character in three tries, display a message and terminate the program

An Assembly Language Program that will prompt the user to enter a hex digit character ( “0”…”9″ or “A”…”F” ), display it on the next line in decimal, and ask the user if he or she wants to do it again. If the user types “y” or “Y”, the program …

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An Assembly Language Program that will prompt the user to enter a hex digit character ( “0”…”9″ or “A”…”F” ), display it on the next line in decimal, and ask the user if he or she wants to do it again. If the user types “y” or “Y”, the program repeats; if the user types anything else, the program terminates, If the user enters an illegal character, prompt the user to try again

An Assembly Language Program that will prompt the user to enter a hex digit character ( “0”…”9″ or “A”…”F” ), display it on the next line in decimal, and ask the user if he or she wants to do it again. If the user types “y” or “Y”, the program …

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