# Converting IEEE 754 to Decimal For this part, you will need to write

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Converting IEEE-754 to Decimal. For this part, you will
need to write a function that has one input argument and
one output argument. The input will be a vector of Is and
Os (either 32 or 64). The output is the decimal number you
calculate The function should verify that the vector is valid,
and if so, convert it to a decimal number. If not, you need
to indicate that to the user. Test for the following:
1.01000000101000000000000000000000 2.
101011111111000010010010001001010000000
Solution
Introduction:
We moved the binary decimal point 8 places to the right,
making the number larger, which allowed us to reduce the
exponent by the same amount (to zero). Answer:IEEE 754
binary 438F0000h is decimal 286. An exponent of zero
means no adjustment is needed. Step 1: Convert the
decimal number to its binary fractional form.
Step-wise Program Execution:
Example 2:

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Converting IEEE-754 to Decimal. For this part, you will need to write a function that has one input argument and one output argument. The input will be a vector of Is and Os (either 32 or 64). The output is the decimal number you calculate The function should verify that the vector is valid, and if so, convert it to a decimal number. If not, you need to indicate that to the user. Test for the following: 1.01000000101000000000000000000000 2. 101011111111000010010010001001010000000 Solution Introduction: We moved the binary decimal point 8 places to the right, making the number larger, which a ...
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