Introduction to Computer Systems Integer and Floating-Point Representations

Integer and Floating-Point Representations

Unsigned Values

These are commonly used to represent bits

Signed Values

The differences between signed and unsigned is that the most significant bit in signed represents a negative magnitude of zero instead of a positive magnitude.

Converting To Different Sized Integral Type

Converting To Integral Type With Different Signedness

Bitwise Tasks To Learn

The following are common activities we need to accomplish that match bitwise operators:

Scientific Notation

-792 = -7.92 x 102

Binary Fractions

Normalizing Scientific Notation

Negtive Exponents

Special Values