Implement the following system of tracing of the modified MIPS integer pipeline using any programming language you wish. Your project should be implemented on one of the departmental computers. Input data files should start from the list of initial contents of registers. This list starts form the word REGISTERS, then comes a sequence of lines containing the pairs of register names and integers, separated by spaces, e.g., R5 42. All possible register names are: R0, R1,..., R31. The list of the pairs of register names and integers may be empty, but the file should contain the word REGISTERS.
The second part of the input data file starts from the word MEMORY, then comes a sequence of
lines containing the integer pairs separated by spaces, e.g., 40 25. The first integer is the number of the memory location, the second is its contents. All possible memory location numbers are: , 8,..., 992. Again, the list of integer pairs may be empty, but the file should contain the word MEMORY.
The following part starts from the word CODE, followed by a sequence of lines, each line containing a single labeled or unlabeled instruction.
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