A quick post today, explaining the concept of binarysign extension. Imagine the scenario. You have been using a single byte to store values and now want to extend this to store larger numbers? What would you have to do to extend your original 1-byte of data to now store numbers using 2-bytes? This is where […]
In todays post we’re going to look at signed numbers (numbers that can be both positive and negative) and look at the three different approaches that can be used to represent them in binary.
Ready for your next dose of background Computer Science knowledge. In today’s post we build on what we have learnt in my previous post and look at binary addition.
Computers and electronics are ubiquitous in modern culture (you wouldn’t be reading this post if they weren’t) and as a newbie iOS App developer, you are going to eventually need some knowledge of the background Computer Science concepts that underpin not only iOS App Development but software development and computers in general. Today is the […]