Binary Coded Decimal
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- Binary-coded decimal digit multipliers
- representation for decimal digits is the binary-coded decimal (BCD) encoding.
- Tutorial 7: Binary Coded Decimal Adder Problem 1
- Tutorial 7: Binary Coded Decimal Adder. Small calculators work with BCD (binary -coded-decimal) digits.
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- Patenting And Copyright Of Software - With Particular Reference To Maltese Law
- The case concerned an invention which involved programming a general purpose computer using an algorithm to convert binary coded decimal numbers into pure binary numbers.
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- Binary Coded Decimal - BCD
- Binary Coded Decimal or BCD computer dictionary definition and information.
- Binary-coded decimal
- Binary-coded decimal, or BCD, is a method of using binary digits to represent the decimal digits 0 through 9.
- Jones on BCD Arithmetic
- A tutorial on doing BCD arithmetic using the binary arithmetic operators of languages like C.
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