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1 # R[d] # R[d] # R[d] () # R[d] $r800000
# R[d] # R[d] # R[d] () # R[d] $r800000000000000000000010000104211111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111110111101 # R[t] # R[t] # R[t] 16::IR15-0 0000001001 01010 00011 00000031-26b25-21b20-16b15-11b10-6b5-0# R[d] # R[d] 00000000000000000000000001010000000000000000000000001010if shift_amt,

2 $rs is unused 0000001001 01010 00011 00
$rs is unused 0000001001 01010 00011 00001031-26b25-21b20-16b15-11b10-6b5-0&#x-- R;&#x[t] ;&#x-- R;&#x[t] ;# R[d] &#x-- R;&#x[t] ;&#x-- R;&#x[t] ;# R[d] 000000000000000000000000010101110000000000000000000000000010 0000001001 01010 00011 00001131-26b25-21b20-16b15-11b10-6b5-0&#x-- R;&#x[t] ;&#x-- R;&

3 #x[t] ;# R[d] &#x-- R;&#x[t] ;&#x-- R;&#
#x[t] ;# R[d] &#x-- R;&#x[t] ;&#x-- R;&#x[t] ;# R[d] 000000000000000000000000010100110000000000000000000000000010000000000000000000000000010111110000000000000000000000000010 $r3$r4$r5$r800000000000000000000010000104266example:addi $8,$0,0x42 # put two's comp. hex 42 into register 8addi $9,$0,

4 5 # put two's comp. 5 into registe
5 # put two's comp. 5 into register 9sll $2,$8,3 # shift bits of reg 8 left by 3, result in reg 2sllv $3,$8,$9 # shift bits of reg 8 left by amount in reg 9, # result in reg 3srl $4,$8,3 # shift bits of reg 8 right by 3, result in reg 4srlv $5,$8,$9 # sh

5 ift bits of reg 8 right by amount in reg
ift bits of reg 8 right by amount in reg 9, # result in reg 5 $r3$r4$r5$r80000000000000000000001000010426600000000000000000000000001015addi $8,$0,0x42 # put two's comp. hex 42 into register 8addi $9,$0,5 # put two's comp. 5 into register 9sll $2,$8,3 # shift bits of reg

6 8 left by 3, result in reg 2sllv $3,$
8 left by 3, result in reg 2sllv $3,$8,$9 # shift bits of reg 8 left by amount in reg 9, # result in reg 3srl $4,$8,3 # shift bits of reg 8 right by 3, result in reg 4srlv $5,$8,$9 # shift bits of reg 8 right by amount in reg 9, # result in reg 5 00000000000000000

7 01000010000210528$r4$r5$r800000000000000
01000010000210528$r4$r5$r80000000000000000000001000010426600000000000000000000000001015addi $8,$0,0x42 # put two's comp. hex 42 into register 8addi $9,$0,5 # put two's comp. 5 into register 9sll $2,$8,3 # shift bits of reg 8 left by 3, result in reg 2sllv $3,$8,$9 # sh

8 ift bits of reg 8 left by amount in reg
ift bits of reg 8 left by amount in reg 9, # result in reg 3srl $4,$8,3 # shift bits of reg 8 right by 3, result in reg 4srlv $5,$8,$9 # shift bits of reg 8 right by amount in reg 9, # result in reg 5 000000000000000000100001000021052800000000000000001000010000008402112$r

9 5$r8000000000000000000000100001042660000
5$r80000000000000000000001000010426600000000000000000000000001015addi $8,$0,0x42 # put two's comp. hex 42 into register 8addi $9,$0,5 # put two's comp. 5 into register 9sll $2,$8,3 # shift bits of reg 8 left by 3, result in reg 2sllv $3,$8,$9 # shift bits of reg 8 left

10 by amount in reg 9, # result in r
by amount in reg 9, # result in reg 3srl $4,$8,3 # shift bits of reg 8 right by 3, result in reg 4srlv $5,$8,$9 # shift bits of reg 8 right by amount in reg 9, # result in reg 5 000000000000000000100001000021052800000000000000001000010000008402112000000000000000000000000

11 10008$r800000000000000000000010000104266
10008$r80000000000000000000001000010426600000000000000000000000001015addi $8,$0,0x42 # put two's comp. hex 42 into register 8addi $9,$0,5 # put two's comp. 5 into register 9sll $2,$8,3 # shift bits of reg 8 left by 3, result in reg 2sllv $3,$8,$9 # shift bits of reg 8

12 left by amount in reg 9, # result
left by amount in reg 9, # result in reg 3srl $4,$8,3 # shift bits of reg 8 right by 3, result in reg 4srlv $5,$8,$9 # shift bits of reg 8 right by amount in reg 9, # result in reg 5 00000000000000000010000100002105280000000000000000100001000000840211200000000000000000000

13 0000100080000000000000000000000000010200
000010008000000000000000000000000001020000000000000000000001000010426600000000000000000000000001015addi $8,$0,0x42 # put two's comp. hex 42 into register 8addi $9,$0,5 # put two's comp. 5 into register 9sll $2,$8,3 # shift bits of reg 8 left by 3, result in reg 2sllv $3,$8,

14 $9 # shift bits of reg 8 left by am
$9 # shift bits of reg 8 left by amount in reg 9, # result in reg 3srl $4,$8,3 # shift bits of reg 8 right by 3, result in reg 4srlv $5,$8,$9 # shift bits of reg 8 right by amount in reg 9, # result in reg 5 addiuaddi andiorixoriShift (logical)Right variablesrlvRight