|Jul30-09, 01:06 PM||#1|
Binary converter (supports IEEE754)
Here is a good tool for checking your solution when converting a number from decimal to binary or from binary to decimal.
It supports integer numbers (8, 16 and 32 bits) for both unsigned and signed numbers.
It also includes a converter for single precision and double precision numbers according to the IEEE754 standard. I wish I had this tool when I was in school as we had to use C code and read the memory location of the floating-point variable to check if our manual conversion was right or wrong.
This is the address: http://www.binaryconvert.com
|Aug20-09, 07:18 PM||#2|
hate to be a party pooper...but on Windows, calc.exe will do that
|Aug20-09, 08:44 PM||#3|
Well I don't know what version of Windows you have. I have WinXP and calc.exe only performs binary conversion for integer numbers (char, short, int)... NOT for single and double precision IEEE 754 numbers. That's why I think this website provides more features than the traditionnal Windows calc.
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