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Gray codes from 11 to 50

Binary to Gray code mapping for 11 to 50

 

# Decimal =   11 : Binary = 10'b0000001011 : Gray = 10'b0000001110

# Decimal =   12 : Binary = 10'b0000001100 : Gray = 10'b0000001010

# Decimal =   13 : Binary = 10'b0000001101 : Gray = 10'b0000001011

# Decimal =   14 : Binary = 10'b0000001110 : Gray = 10'b0000001001

# Decimal =   15 : Binary = 10'b0000001111 : Gray = 10'b0000001000

# Decimal =   16 : Binary = 10'b0000010000 : Gray = 10'b0000011000

# Decimal =   17 : Binary = 10'b0000010001 : Gray = 10'b0000011001

# Decimal =   18 : Binary = 10'b0000010010 : Gray = 10'b0000011011

# Decimal =   19 : Binary = 10'b0000010011 : Gray = 10'b0000011010

# Decimal =   20 : Binary = 10'b0000010100 : Gray = 10'b0000011110

# Decimal =   21 : Binary = 10'b0000010101 : Gray = 10'b0000011111

# Decimal =   22 : Binary = 10'b0000010110 : Gray = 10'b0000011101

# Decimal =   23 : Binary = 10'b0000010111 : Gray = 10'b0000011100

# Decimal =   24 : Binary = 10'b0000011000 : Gray = 10'b0000010100

# Decimal =   25 : Binary = 10'b0000011001 : Gray = 10'b0000010101

# Decimal =   26 : Binary = 10'b0000011010 : Gray = 10'b0000010111

# Decimal =   27 : Binary = 10'b0000011011 : Gray = 10'b0000010110

# Decimal =   28 : Binary = 10'b0000011100 : Gray = 10'b0000010010

# Decimal =   29 : Binary = 10'b0000011101 : Gray = 10'b0000010011

# Decimal =   30 : Binary = 10'b0000011110 : Gray = 10'b0000010001

# Decimal =   31 : Binary = 10'b0000011111 : Gray = 10'b0000010000

# Decimal =   32 : Binary = 10'b0000100000 : Gray = 10'b0000110000

# Decimal =   33 : Binary = 10'b0000100001 : Gray = 10'b0000110001

# Decimal =   34 : Binary = 10'b0000100010 : Gray = 10'b0000110011

# Decimal =   35 : Binary = 10'b0000100011 : Gray = 10'b0000110010

# Decimal =   36 : Binary = 10'b0000100100 : Gray = 10'b0000110110

# Decimal =   37 : Binary = 10'b0000100101 : Gray = 10'b0000110111

# Decimal =   38 : Binary = 10'b0000100110 : Gray = 10'b0000110101

# Decimal =   39 : Binary = 10'b0000100111 : Gray = 10'b0000110100

# Decimal =   40 : Binary = 10'b0000101000 : Gray = 10'b0000111100

# Decimal =   41 : Binary = 10'b0000101001 : Gray = 10'b0000111101

# Decimal =   42 : Binary = 10'b0000101010 : Gray = 10'b0000111111

# Decimal =   43 : Binary = 10'b0000101011 : Gray = 10'b0000111110

# Decimal =   44 : Binary = 10'b0000101100 : Gray = 10'b0000111010

# Decimal =   45 : Binary = 10'b0000101101 : Gray = 10'b0000111011

# Decimal =   46 : Binary = 10'b0000101110 : Gray = 10'b0000111001

# Decimal =   47 : Binary = 10'b0000101111 : Gray = 10'b0000111000

# Decimal =   48 : Binary = 10'b0000110000 : Gray = 10'b0000101000

# Decimal =   49 : Binary = 10'b0000110001 : Gray = 10'b0000101001

# Decimal =   50 : Binary = 10'b0000110010 : Gray = 10'b0000101011

 

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