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Categories: Binary arithmetic
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two's complement  2's-complement  2's-complement arithmetic  2's-complement system  2's complement
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Two's complement is a mathematical operation to reversibly convert a positive binary number into a negative binary number with equivalent value, using the binary digit with the greatest place value to indicate whether the binary number is positive or negative. Wikipedia
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Two's complement is a mathematical operation to reversibly convert a positive binary number into a negative binary number with equivalent value, using the binary digit with the greatest place value to indicate whether the binary number is positive or negative. Wikipedia
A system for representing signed integers on computers Wikipedia Disambiguation
Operation on binary numbers, and number representation based on this operation Wikidata
The number obtained by complementing every bit of a given number and adding one. A number and its complement add to 2n, where n is the word size of the machine. Wiktionary
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The two's complement of 0xAAAA is 0x5556 on a 16-bit machine, and 0xFFFF5556 on a 32-bit machine. Wiktionary
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