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  1. In Topic: Overflow problems with shift command

    Posted 22 Apr 2016

    Basically the problems are the same with shifts and multiply/divide. You also get funny results if you use unsigned multiply/divide with signed values and vice versa. You can think of arithmetic shifts as "signed shifts" and logical shifts as "unsigned shifts".

    Another thing is "larger" overflow. Not just overflow to sign-bit, but overflow off the register altogether. In general n bit number x m bit number can result to (m + n - 1) bit number. Addition can result at most to number one bit longer than the longer of the added numbers.

    That is: it depends on whether you do signed or unsigned arithmetics - one could say, the error is mixing signed/unsigned operations with unsigned/signed data. It's not specific to using shifts.
  2. In Topic: program to determine the next (and/or) prior business day

    Posted 20 Apr 2016

    Out of curiosity, which architecture is this?
    Some old IBM comes to mind.
  3. In Topic: Overflow problems with shift command

    Posted 20 Apr 2016

    Actually that "wrong answer" is overflow situation and that can also happen in arithmetical instructions like addition or multiplication.
    Usually the flags are also set so that the overflow/underflow can be detected. BTW, that's why there are often both arithmetical and logical right shifts. Arithmetical does sign extending, logical does not.
    For left shifts the thing is a bit different, and in many architectures there is only one kind of left shift.

    Arithmetic shift right makes 1001 -> 1100.
    The lsb drops off and the msb is "duplicated".
  4. In Topic: Storing 8 bits into a register?

    Posted 15 Apr 2016

    You shift a bit in it's place and OR it in the result.
    Most processor architectures have those operations.
  5. In Topic: Java to Pep8 Assembly

    Posted 13 Apr 2016

    This might be of help: http://www.ecs.csun....s/PDFChap05.pdf.

    For initial values you might want to use .WORD

    While loop can be made by first testing the condition and branching over loop if the condition is false. Otherwise execute loop code and branch back to the test.

    The documentation of pep/8 in web is bad now that google code is no more. I wonder if the book is better. I've never seen the book.

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Member Title:
D.I.C Addict
53 years old
February 6, 1963
Nokia (town), Finland
Computers, programming, different branches of science, different branches of technology
Full Name:
Juha Aaltonen
Years Programming:
Programming Languages:
C, C++, Ada, Pascal, Lisp, Occam, Forth, Fortran and some assembly
(6502, 6800, 6809, 68000, 8085, 8031, PDP11/70, basics of C64x+ and PPC)

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    jon.kiparsky Icon

    28 Feb 2016 - 01:27
    I did not realize that you were a Finn! My father is Finnish. Unfortunately I never learned the language, but I do have the dual citizenship. (it was the mention of the sauna that gave it away :) )
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    askyy Icon

    06 Apr 2013 - 19:42
    would you like tom give me some help doing a programm in aseembly MIPS to verify if a number is power of two?
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    cool_moon Icon

    24 Apr 2012 - 03:49
    I didnt undestand ur explanation will u please explain it clearly
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    cool_moon Icon

    23 Apr 2012 - 23:29
    hi..Im new to lpc1768 please help me to understand the GPIO selection. how to select the gpio. i worked in mc8051 but it is entirly different from that. kindly help me
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    jon.kiparsky Icon

    10 Apr 2012 - 23:53
    Well, I've tried to set up a discussion. Let's see what comes of it.
    In answer to your question, I found my way to Finnish because my father is a Finn, and I'm interested in languages. As I say, though, Finnish defeated me pretty soundly.
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