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To alleviate this situation, the American National Standards Institute has adopted
what is known as the American Standard Code for In formation Interchange (
ASCII, pronounced as'- kee), which has become extremely popular. This code ...
This is a drastic improvement over the ability to store only the integers from 0 to
99 when coding characters using ASCII. For this and other reasons, it is far more
common to store numeric information in a form of binary notation rather than in ...
(Thus, the 7-bit ASCII code will become an 8-bit code or a 16-bit pattern
representing a value in two's complement notation will become a 17-bit pattern.)
In each case, we assign the value 1 or 0 to this new bit so that the resulting
pattern will ...
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PART ONE Machine Architecture
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