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Questions/Exercises 1. The following bytes were originally coded using odd
parity. In which of them do you know that an error has occurred? a. 10101101 b.
10000001 c. 00000000 d. 11100000 e. 11111111 2. Could errors have occurred
in a ...
Questions/Exercises 1 . Why does the CPU in a microprogrammed machine
require two program counters and two instruction registers? 2. Referring back to
question 3 of Section 2-3, if the machine used the pipeline technique discussed
in the ...
F. Answers to Questions/Exercises d. Section 7-5 5. When searching for J: 1.
Root. Part One Chapter 1 Section 1—1 1. In the first case, memory cell number 6
would end up containing the value 5. In the second case, it would end up with the
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PART ONE Machine Architecture
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