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Two's Complement to Decimal Conversion
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These are examples of converting an eight-bit two's complement number to decimal. To do this, you first check if the number is negative or positive by looking at the sign bit. If it is positive, simply convert it to decimal. If it is negative, make it positive by inverting the bits and adding one. Then, convert the result to decimal. The negative of this number is the value of the original binary.