In this assignment, you practice working with binary numbers, converting
between decimal and binary, converting between binary and hexadecimal,
binary to hexadecimal, and ASCII text decoding.
The theme of this homework is "the only way to learn is by doing," so please keep that in mind when it gets tedious, and if you feel you do not understand part of it, make up another similar problem for extra practice.
The following questions/problems should be worked out long-hand
(e.g. pen and paper or typed in MS Word document), not with a calculator tool --
use the calculator from lab 06 to check your work.
The answers should be typed up in a MS Word (1997-2003 format) document,
with the file name
Perhaps you would prefer to type your work directly so as to avoid writing it out on paper and re-copying -- you choose.
Binary, Hexadecimal, and Decimal conversions.
Save your answers in a MS word document with the file name
|Refer to the grading criteria file: hw06.criteria.|
Cooperation is recommended in understanding programming concepts and system
features. But the actual solution of the assignments including all programming
must be your individual work. For example, copying without attribution any part
of someone else's program is plagiarism, even if you have modified the code.
The University takes acts of cheating and plagiarism very seriously; first time
violators are routinely suspended for a semester.