Adding the sum of elements in a 2-dimensional array

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  1. husslela2

    husslela2 New Member

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    How do I add the elements in a two-dimensional array and return the sum into register $v0?

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    Here's the general procedure. A true array is contiguous in memory. Set the accumulator value ($v0, in this instance) to zero. Set an index register to the first element, add that element to the accumulator, increment the index, repeat for the entire length of the array (nRows * nColumns).
     
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    This may also help you to some extent. [thread=302]8085 Assembly language programming code for beginners[/thread].
     

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