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### ee261_lecture_06

Course: EE 261, Fall 2008
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261 EE Introduction to Logic Circuits Lecture #6 Agenda 1. 1's Complement 2. 2's Complement Announcements 1. Read 2.6 - 2.9 EE 261 Introduction to Logic Circuits Fall 2008 Lecture #6 Page 1 1's Complement 1's Complement - In 2's complement, the codes are asymmetric Lowest 2's Comp # = 1000 00002Comp = -12810 Highest 2's Comp # = 0111 11112Comp = +12710 - This is good because we have all 256 possible...

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