an algorithm that converts a decimal number to Binary Coded Decimal (BCD) representation.
69 in decimal = 1000101 in binary.
not the same
All I know is that when a number is negative, you convert the decimal into binary and if it is negative you put 1111 before the binary digits.
Binary coded decimal (BCD) is easier to convert between displayed or printed form than is pure binary.
It is decimal 35.
In computing terms, BCD means binary-coded decimal. It is a class of a binary encodings of decimal numbers. Each decimal number is resresented by a fixed number of bits.
79 = 1001111
429 = 110101101
Binary coded decimal. Each decimal digit is represented by its binary equivalent.
39 = 100111
Extended Binary Coded Decimal Interchange Code.
extended binary coded decimal interchange code
Extended Binary Coded Decimal Interchange Code
Extended binary coded decimal interchange code
In BCD each digit of a decimal number is coded as a separate 4 bit binary number between 0 and 9.For example:Decimal 12 in BCD is shown as 0001 0010 (Binary 1 and Binary 2), in Binary it is 1100.
234 in BCD is 0010 0011 0100
Many non-integral values, such as decimal 0.2, have an infinite place-value representation in binary (.001100110011...) but have a finite place-value in binary-coded decimal (0.0010)[bcd]. Consequently a system based on binary-coded decimal representations of decimal fractions avoids errors representing and calculating such values. Rounding at a decimal digit boundary is simpler in BCD. Addition and subtraction in decimal does not require rounding.
BCD (binary coded decimal) - 4 bit Byte - 8 bit Byte