MIPS Instruction Converter
- Enter a full 32 bit binary number in the any type field
- Enter a full 32 bit binary number in the sectionalized binary fields depending on the instruction type
- Enter a hex number
- Enter a MIPS instruction
- Check the Hidden Results box to hide the values of each field to help you practice and study
- Check the List All Instructions box to see a list of all instructions and sample parameters for each
NOTE: At this time, only the instructions listed on the green sheet provided in University of Houston Course COSC2410 are supported.
NOTE: Any label name for a jump is usually converted to the address of the label. In this tool, an example of 12 is used.
Below are the various fields you can enter into. Choose only 1 line to enter data to before clicking convert.
Example: add $t0, $t1, $t2
Example: add $8, $9, $10
Checking this box will hide the values of each field to help you practice and study.
Checking this box will list all instructions included in this tool and examples in each format.