Kleid-0 have you tested your program with various inputs...I just compiled it with different values for b1 and b2 and it doesn't work.
Kleid-0 have you tested your program with various inputs...I just compiled it with different values for b1 and b2 and it doesn't work.
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I modified your code a bit to receive user input, and as you can see, it does not work. Even 1+1 or 0+0;
Code:#include <stdio.h> #include <stdlib.h> #include <iostream> using std::cout; using std::cin; // Allow boolean types // Add binary numbers and return binary int addBinary (int b1, int b2); int main (void) { bool notDone = true; // Binary numbers b1 and b2 get added together int b1, b2, b3; while( notDone ) { cout << "\n1st: "; cin >> b1; if( b1 == 9 ) //input 9 for exit break; cout << "\n2nd: "; cin >> b2; b3 = addBinary (b1, b2); // Print out binary addition printf ("\n%d + %d = %d\n",b1, b2, b3); } return 0; } // Add binary numbers and return binary int addBinary ( int b1, // The first binary number int b2) // The second binary number { // The binary addition answer, transforms into binary. int a; // Carrier for binary addition bool carrier = false; // Current digit step (starts at 1) int s = 2; // Add the numbers like decimal a = b1 + b2; // Next Binary digit NBD: // If the carrier is true, add one to the current placement if (carrier) { a += 1 * (s - (s / 2)); carrier = false; } // If the carrier makes the postdigit a 3, we have trouble if (a % (s / 2 + s) < s / 2) { a += 1 * ((s * 10) - ((s * 10) / 2)); a -= 1 * (s - (s / 2)); } // If the addition yields a 2 * digit placement, // remove it and set carrier binary addition to true. if (a % s < (s / 2)) { a -= 1 * (s - (s / 2)); carrier = true; } // If our digit placement is high enough, exit if (s > a) return a; // Set the digit placement higher s *= 10; // Verify next placement (Next binary Digit) goto NBD; }
some entropy with that sink? entropysink.com
there are two cardinal sins from which all others spring: Impatience and Laziness. - franz kafka
All of this logical thinking has destroyed my thinking capacities, I'm going to wait out this problem and come back. I'll try Scribbler's approach next time lol....I thought I knew what I was doing :(
You might want to edit your original post with the code stating that your solution does not work.
some entropy with that sink? entropysink.com
there are two cardinal sins from which all others spring: Impatience and Laziness. - franz kafka
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I dug and dug, and dug somemore...and finally, I found it! Not the exact solution to your problem but I knew I wrote something very similar a long time ago in my first c++ class. The assignemnt was a bit different, as I think one of the specs was that the binary number can only have a max of 4 digits (ie. 1011 is good, and 11101 is not) - this should be easily changed. Also, each input has to have leading zeros; so if you want to add 1 + 10, you should input 0001 + 0010 - I really don't remember why I did it this way - maybe becasue that the only way I knew how to
anywho I run the prog on some test input just now, and it seems to be working fine, but only with the rules I described above - no error handling whatsover (Hey it was my first c++ class, and one of the first assignments )
Code:/* * Author: Jakub Bomba * Class: CS100, Prof. Bell * Date: 09.09.2002 * Title: Binary Addition */ #include <iostream> using std::cin; using std::cout; using std::endl; /* * Function that actually does the binary addition * @param: f - first binary number * s - second binary number * carry - flag for the carry */ int binaryAdd(int f, //first number int s, //second number int * carry) { int result=0; // exhaust all of the possible cases as described in the handout if( (f == 0) && (s == 0) ) { result = ( *carry ); *carry = 0; } else if( (f == 0) && (s == 1) ) { if( *carry==0 ) result = 1; else { result = 0; *carry = 1; } } else if( (f == 1) && (s == 0) ) { if( *carry==0 ) { result = 1; } else { result = 0; *carry = 1; } } else if( (f == 1) && (s == 1) ) { if( *carry==0 ) { result = 0; *carry = 1; } else { result = 1; *carry = 1; } } return result; } int main(void) { int i; // loop counter int carry=0; // Initialize carry to 0 (IMPORTANT) int n1[4]; // MSB - index 0 LSB index 3 - MSB - Most significant bit (leftmost) int n2[4]; // MSB - index 0 LSB index 3 - LSB - Least significant bit (rightmost) int result[5]; // MSB - index 0 LSB index 4 char e_result[6]; // 5+null char char e_n1[5]; // 4+null char char e_n2[5]; // 4+null char // get data cout << "Enter first number: "; cin >> e_n1; cout << "Enter second number: "; cin >> e_n2; // convert from char array to int array // It is useful to have data in int array when doing conversion into decimal // value of a certain binary number which is not implemented in this program. for(i = 0; i < 4; i++) { n1[i] = (e_n1[i]-48); n2[i] = (e_n2[i]-48); } // initialize result array for( i = 0; i < 5; i++) result[i] = 0; // do the addition for( i = 3; i >= 0; i--) { // go from right to left (LSB to MSB) result[i+1] = binaryAdd(n1[i],n2[i],&carry); // needs to add 1 to the counter // since LSB index for result // is 1 more than LSB of operands e_result[i+1] = result[i+1]+48; // For display purposes - convert to char array } result[0] = carry; // Add MSB of result e_result[0] = result[0] + 48; e_result[5] = '\0'; // Put NULL Char cout << " " << e_n1 << endl; cout << " +" << e_n2 << endl; cout << " -----" << endl; cout << " " << e_result << endl << endl; return 0; }
some entropy with that sink? entropysink.com
there are two cardinal sins from which all others spring: Impatience and Laziness. - franz kafka
thanks for another tip and the boost, i was right when i said the solution uses logical operators but i was getting myself lost in the many if statements.
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