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Unformatted text preview: Information Problem 2.1 Solution: [Pg. 24] Converting between binary and hexadecimal is not very exciting, but it is an important skill. Like many skills, it can only be gained by practice. Decimal 0 55 136 243 82 172 231 167 62 188 Problem 2.2 Solution: [Pg. 32] This problem tests your understanding of the byte representation of data and the two different byte orderings. A. Little endian: 78 B. Little endian: 78 56 C. Little endian: 78 56 34 Big endian: 12 Big endian: 12 34 Big endian: 12 34 56 691 Binary 00000000 00110111 10001000 11110011 01010010 10101100 11100111 10100111 00111110 10111100 Hexadecimal 00 37 88 F3 52 AC E7 A7 3E BC 692 APPENDIX B. SOLUTIONS TO PRACTICE PROBLEMS Note that on a little-endian machine we enumerate bytes starting from the most signficant byte and working toward the least, while on the big-endian machine we enumerate bytes starting from the least signficant byte and working toward the most. Problem 2.3 Solution: [Pg. 32] This problem is another chance to practice hexadecimal to b...
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