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Computer Numbering Formats

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Description of computer numbering formats from bits to floating point to complements.
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Date Added to MERLOT: February 16, 2003
Date Modified in MERLOT: June 24, 2012
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Language: English
Material Version: v1.0.4
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Avatar for Ronghua Shan
10 years ago

Ronghua Shan (Faculty)

I spent about 2 hours going through the material. I found this article explains
computer numbering formats with examples very well. I think it is an effective
learning tool and reference material for students who want to learn or review
how numbers and text are represented on a computer. It is also an excellent
supplemental material to Computer Organization courses.

Technical Remarks:

The material is easy to use. There are seven sections in the article. Users
can easily navigate from one section to another.

Used in course

Avatar for Ronghua Shan
10 years ago

Ronghua Shan (Faculty)

I spent about 2 hours going through the material. I found this article explains
computer numbering formats with examples very well. I think it is an effective
learning tool and reference material for students who want to learn or review
how numbers and text are represented on a computer. It is also an excellent
supplemental material to Computer Organization courses.

Technical Remarks:

The material is easy to use. There are seven sections in the article. Users
can easily navigate from one section to another.
Used in course