An integer is loaded in from memory.
ran through two loops to determine the tens place and the ones place.
Integer is stored back to memory and displayed.

Example #98
Tens place -->9
Ones place -->8
:)

;Outputs an integer  loaded in from memory
.ORIG	x3000

LD	R5,NUM		;ASCII MASK
LEA	R4,TENS		; SPACE FOR 2 DIGITS

LD	R1,NUMBER	;NUMBER TO DISPLAY

	
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
TENPLACE
	ADD	R2,R2,#1	;INCREMENT COUNTER
	ADD	R1,R1,#-10	;ADD -10 TO NUMBER
				
BRP	TENPLACE		;IF POSITIVE LOOP UP

ADD	R2,R2,#-1
STR	R2,R4,#0

LDR	R0,R4,#0
ADD	R0,R0,R5

TRAP 	x21
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;

AND	R2,R2,#0	;counter
LD	R1,NUMBER	;LOAD NUMBER BACK

ONEPLACE			;IF POSITIVE LOOP UP
	ADD	R1,R1,#-10	;ADD -10 TO NUMBER

BRP	ONEPLACE

ADD	R1,R1,#10	;GET POSITIVE NUMBER BACK	

STR	R1,R4,#1	;STORE IN ONES SPOT

LDR	R0,R4,#1
ADD	R0,R0,R5
TRAP 	x21

HALT


NUM	.FILL	x30
TENS	.blkw	2
NUMBER	.FILL	#98

MINUSTEN  	.FILL #-10             
TEN		.FILL #10  


.END