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For questions about teaching any assembly language or teaching hardware level concepts where a knowledge of assembly would be relevant. Use this tag only when the language used would affect the question significantly (if your question uses an assembly language as an example, but does not focus on the language itself, you need not use the tag).

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At Colorado State University we teach the LC3 assembly language. A quick search for LC3 assembly language shows links to courses at multiple universities. Our course is normally taken by students in … simulator for the LC3. Assembly language - students learn the assembly and write programs for 16 bit floating point math and learn how the run time stack is used in function calls (commonly in the …
answered Feb 13 '18 by Fritz Sieker
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Dr Michelle Strout (now at University of Arizona) used this approach when she was at Colorado State University. For hardware, the students used Meggy JR. Students were expected to write simple progr …
answered Mar 2 '18 by Fritz Sieker