Sunday, August 2, 2020

HP Prime and Casio fx-CG 50: Binary Conversions

HP Prime and Casio fx-CG 50:   Binary Conversions 

x = 2 * (1 + n)^p

The program DECOM2 takes a real number, x, and decomposes it to the form of:

x = 2 * (1 + n)^p

HP Prime Program:  DECOMP2

EXPORT DECOMP2(x)
BEGIN
// 2020-07-11 EWS
// x → 2^p*(1+n)
LOCAL s,p,n,str;
s:=ABS(x);
p:=FLOOR(LOG(s)/LOG(2));
n:=s/2^p-1;
str:=STRING(SIGN(X))+"*2^"+STRING(p)+
"*(1+"+STRING(n)+")";
RETURN str;
END;

Casio fx-CG 50 Program:  DECOMP2
188 bytes

"2020-07-11 EWS"
"X"? → X
Abs X → S
Int (log S ÷ log 2) → P
S < 1 ⇒ P - 1 → P 
S ÷ 2^P - 1 → N
X ÷ S → T
ClrText
Locate 1, 3, X
Locate 18, 3, "="
Locate 1, 5, T
Locate 4, 5, "×2^"
Locate 9, 5, P
Locate 18, 5, "×"
Locate 1, 6, "(1+"
Locate 5, 6, N
Locate 18, 6, ")"

Examples:

-720 = -1 * 2^9 * (1 + 0.40625)

0.7868 = 1 * 2^-1 * (1 + 0.5736)

Converting Numbers to Binary

The program RBIN converts any real number in base 10 to base 2, including non-integers and negative numbers.  The result is displayed as a string.   The HP Prime program has one string for output while the Casio fx-CG 50 uses two:  Str1 for the integer part and Str2 for the fractional part.

RBIN will need two arguments:  the number to be converted and the precision level.

For the precision level:

1 rounds the number to the nearest 1/2 before conversion.

2 rounds the number to the nearest 1/4 before conversion.

3 rounds the number to the nearest 1/8 before conversion.

4 rounds the number to the nearest 1/16 before conversion.

and so on.

HP Prime Program:  RBIN

EXPORT RBIN(x,p)
BEGIN
// 2020-07-11 EWS
// Decimal to Binary
// decimal, precision
// for real x, rounded 1/2^p

LOCAL b,i,f,n,s,w,k,str;
s:=ABS(x);
b:=IP(s)+ROUND(FP(s)*2^p,0)/2^p;
str:="";
i:=IP(b);
f:=FP(b);

IF i≠0 THEN
n:=IP(LOG(i)/LOG(2));
FOR k FROM n DOWNTO 0 STEP 1 DO
w:=IP(i/2^k);
str:=str+STRING(w);
i:=i-w*2^k; 
END;
END;

IF f≠0 THEN
str:=str+".";
FOR k FROM 0 TO p-1 DO
w:=IP(2*f);
str:=str+STRING(w);
f:=FP(2*f);
END;
END;

IF x<0 font="" then="">
str:="-"+str;
END;

RETURN str;
END;

Casio fx-CG 50:  RBIN
372 bytes

"2020-07-11 EWS"
"DEC>BIN: NUM"? → X
"PRECISION"? → P

Abs X → S
Int S + RndFix(Frac S × 2^P, 0) ÷ 2^P → B
" " → Str 1
Int B → I
Frac B → F

If I ≠ 0
Then
Int (log I ÷ log 2) → N
For N → K To 0 Step -1
Int (I ÷ 2^K) → W
W = 0 ⇒ Str 1 + "0" → Str 1
W = 1 ⇒ Str 1 + "1" → Str 1
I - W × 2^K → I
Next
IfEnd

" " → Str 2
If F ≠ 0
Then
"." → Str 2
For 0 → K To P-1
Int (2F) → W
W = 0 ⇒ Str 2 + "0" → Str 2
W = 1 ⇒ Str 2 + "1" → Str 2
Frac (2F) → F
Next
IfEnd

X < 0 ⇒ "-" + Str 1 → Str 1

ClrText
Locate 1, 3, X
Locate 20, 3, "="
Locate 1, 5, Str 1
Locate 1, 6, Str 2

Examples:

RBIN(-0.985,3) returns "-1"
RBIN(-0.985,6) returns "-.111111"
RBIN(-0.985,9) returns "-.111111000"

RBIN(860.63,3) returns "1101011100.101"
RBIN(860.63,6) returns "1101011100.101000"
RBIN(860.63,9) returns "1101011100.101000011"

Take care,

Eddie

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