This episode continues the work of the previous episode by examining the methods used to convert between decimal and binary and vice versa. We also take a look at the effects of shifting the bits of a binary number both left and right and how those operations can be used to simulate multiplication and division. Oh, and since we will be discussing a lot of different numbers, it couldn’t hurt to have a piece of paper and a pencil close by.
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Tarnoff, David, "Episode 2.2 – Unsigned Binary Conversion" (2020). Computer Organization and Design Fundamentals Series. https://dc.etsu.edu/computer-organization-design-oer/8
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