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The algorithm for adding three numbers as - follows:
Load the number stored in 0x25 into the WREG register.
Add the number stored at 0x35 and the number in the WREG register and the lower the sum in the WREG register.
Add the number stored at 0x45 and the number in the WREG register and leave the sum in the WREG register.
Store the contents of the WREG register in the memory location at 0x55.
The program that implements this algorithm is as follows:
START MOVF 0x25, W, A ; copy the contents of 0x25 to WREG
ADDWF 0x35, W, A ; add the value in 0x35 to that of WREG
ADDWF 0x45, W, A ; add the value in 0x45 to that of WREG
MOVWF 0x55, A ; save the sum in memory location 0x55.
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