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1’s Complement number Discussion.

Detailed discussion on 1’ s Complement is covered with binary logic examples.

Binary numbers can also be represented by ‘radix’ and ‘radix -1’ forms.

In binary arithmetic 1’s complement of a binary number N is obtained by the formula  = (2^n – 1) – N

Where n is the no of bits in binary number N.

Example

Convert binary number 111001101 to 1’s complement.

Method:

N = 111001101

n = 9

2^n = 256 = 100000000

2^n -1 = 255 = 11111111

1’s complement of N = (100000000 – 1) -111001101

011111111

– 111001101

= 000110010

1’s complement of N is 000110010

Alternate approach to get ones complement :

Invert all the bits of the binary number

N = 111001101

1’s complement of N is 000110010

Refer 2’ s Complement from here.

Refer 2’ s Complement from here.

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