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Write an assembly program that reads an integer number (could be positive or negative) and then calls a function called abs. This function (which will be written by you as well) returns the absolute value of its integer parameter. For example abs(-5) = 5 and abs(5) = 5. Your program should read the number from the keyboard and call the abs function and then display the result.

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