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Re: built in function for binary division

by ww (Bishop)
on Jan 11, 2013 at 05:46 UTC ( #1012799=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to built in function for binary division

Google is your friend. The substantive portion is lifted nearly verbatim from's binary arithmetic tut. NB You'll have work to do to extend this beyond 0b111.

C:\>perl -E "my $result = 0b01011/0b11; say $result;" 3.66666666666667 # output in decimal.

for binary output:

#! /usr/bin/perl use 5.014; my @CONVERSIONS = qw(000 001 010 011 100 101 110 111); sub conv2bin{ my $octal = sprintf ("%o", $_[0]); my @threeBitSeqs = map {$CONVERSIONS [$_]} (split //, $octal); return (join "", @threeBitSeqs); } my $result = 0b01011/0b11; say "decimal: $result"; my $bin= conv2bin($result); say "binary: $bin"; =head D:\>perl decimal: 3.66666666666667 binary: 011 # 3 decimal (or 3.66667 truncated) expressed as binar +y. # Now, try this dividing -- oh, say, 6dec by 2dec... =cut

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[Corion]: The code is 00000000, as always, no?
[GotToBTru]: I remember hearing about somebody misplacing a list of code phrases or something
[marto]: 12345
[GotToBTru]: the "nuclear codes" are in the case cuffed to the wrist of some guy
[LanX]: not always
[LanX]: it's up to the Supreme commander
[GotToBTru]: we don't have one of those ;)
[LanX]: commander in chief whatever

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