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Follow the steps below in the example to convert register values to an integer:
1) Convert 17395 and 22528 to binary numbers (add a 0 to the front of the number to make it 16 bits) and combine them (drop the negative sign from register 288). This will give you the following binary number:
0 100001111110011 0 101100000000000
2) Drop the 0 to the far left giving you 1000011111100110101100000000000
3) Take the 8 bits on the far left and convert them to a decimal number:
10000111 | 11100110101100000000000
10000111 = 135
4) Subtract 127 from the value that you got in step 3:
135 - 127 = 8
5) Take the part of the binary number that was not used in step 3
6) Count over from the left the amount calculated in step 4. Drop off everything to the right of this.
7) Add a 1 to the front of that number.
8) Convert that number to decimal and this is the register value.
Date Created: November 11, 2007
Last Revised: February 5, 2008
Original Author: MN
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