## What does BLEZ mean in MIPS?

Branch on less than or equal to zero

BLEZ — Branch on less than or equal to zero Description: Branches if the register is less than or equal to zero. Operation: if $s <= 0 advance_pc (offset << 2)); else advance_pc (4);

## How do you multiply in MIPS?

To multiply, use mult for signed multiplication and multu for unsigned multiplication. Note that the result of the multiplication of two 32-bit numbers yields a 64-number. If you want the result back in $v0 that means that you assume the result will fit in 32 bits.

**What does SRAV do in MIPS?**

There are four right shift instructions in MIPS, srl and srlv are the logical shift instructions and sra and srav are the arithmetic shift instructions.

### What does LW do in MIPS?

is the base address from which data is retrieved.

### What is the difference between LA and LW?

lw loads the value which is stored at a certain address. So lw $a1, input_sz will load the value 80 into the register a1 because the value 80 is stored at the address that is specified by the label input_sz . la loads the address of the label itself into the register.

**What are the MIPS branch instructions?**

MIPS Branch Instructions beq, bne, bgtz, bltz, bgez, blez are the only conditional branch opcodes Use slt (set on less then) for >, <, ≥, ≤ comparisons between two registers slt rd, rs, rt # if rs < rt, rd = 1; else rt = 0 An example: • branch if the first register operand is less than the second

## Is BGTZ an I-type instruction?

From what I understand, bgtz is an I-Type instruction because it has a source register and a target register, along with an immediate value (label where we have to go if the statement is true). The path is shown in red, but I’m not sure it’s correct. I’m also certain that I’m missing another piece of hardware that will make bgtz possible.

## What is the use of MIPS B?

MIPS b (unconditional relative branch without link) is also a pseudo-instruction for beq $zero, $zero, target, or at the assembler’s choice, for bgez $zero, target. ( What is the difference between unconditional branch and unconditional jump (instructions in MIPS)?

**What is the use of bgezal in MIPS?**

They are classic MIPS’s only branch-and-link (instead of jump-and-link), so are important for position-independent relocatable code. (You can even use one to get the current PC into a register and find out where you’re executing from, unlike with jal ). You can encode bal (unconditional relative function call) as bgezal $zero, target.