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I'm wanting to write a VERY BASIC and SIMPLE MIPS assembly language program that finds the range of some arbitrary integers (like 10 different integers). Meaning given an arbitrary number of values, find the smallest, largest and then find the difference.

The ONLY commands I know/can use so far are:

lw, sw, addi, add, sub, mul, beq, bne, j label, slt, blt, ble, bgt, and bge

CANNOT use an array or any type of .data file thing. I'm only doing super basic stuff right now. What I listed above is the ONLY commands I have learned and can use for this program.

I cannot use arrays, move, .data, la, or syscall things.

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