Project Euler is a collection of Mathematical problems that programmers attempt in their language of choice.
After being reunited with the "operating system" I made in grade 8, I have decided its time to get back in love with x86_64 assembly.
I have chosen to use GNU GAS syntax, so it is compilable with C/C++ functions.
I will be keeping a git repsository of all the problems so anyone can copy it if they wish to use it!
The first problem involves finding all the natural numbers (whole numbers greater then 0) below 1000, working out if they are multiples of 3 or 5 then adding them together if they are.
Was a good fun problem to start off with for my rusty ASM skills, like always I try to start with a smaller number so when I have to debug its not as long to step through!
# https://projecteuler.net/problem=1 # If we list all the natural numbers below 10 that are multiples of 3 or 5, we get 3, 5, 6 and 9. # The sum of these multiples is 23. # # Find the sum of all the multiples of 3 or 5 below 1000. # # Solution by Joseph Mullins, # Answer: 233168 # # Compile with gcc euler_1.s .global main .text main: mov $1000, %rcx # rcx will countdown to 0 xor %rax, %rax # rax will hold current number dec %rcx # we want everything below this loop: push %rax # we want to store its current value so its not lost below mov $0, %rdx mov %rcx, %rax # Move current counter to rcx mov $3, %rbx # Move 3 into rbx div %rbx # divide it by 3, rdx will hold the remainder cmp $0, %rdx # if rcx was divisible by 5, then rdx will be 0 je add_to_total # add this if compare passed mov $0, %rdx mov %rcx, %rax mov $5, %rbx # check if divisible by 5 div %rbx # divide it by 5, rdx will hold the remainder cmp $0, %rdx je add_to_total # add this if compare passed pop %rax dec %rcx # reduce rcx by 1 jnz loop # if not 0 then repeat jmp print # print the output add_to_total: pop %rax # retrieve what eax was add %rcx, %rax # add current value of rcx to it dec %rcx # reduce rcx by 1 jmp loop # rinse and repeat print: mov $format, %rdi # set first paramter of printf, formatting mov %rax, %rsi # set 2nd paramter (the total value) xor %rax, %rax # printf is varags call printf ret format: .asciz "%200d\n"