Either submit the source code files (.cpp) on Ecampus under the "Submit Homework" menu option, or demo the programs to the instructor during lab.
 

1. Using C++, write a program that converts an integer to 32-bit two's complement.  Add a space between every 8 bits.  Do not use external libraries that provide the calculations automatically.

Example output
This program converts an integer to 32-bit two's complement.

Enter an integer: 1999
Two's complement: 00000000 00000000 00000111 11001111

Enter an integer: -65535
Two's complement: 11111111 11111111 00000000 00000001

2. Using C++, write a program that converts an integer to a 32-bit IEEE-754 floating point.  Add a space to separate the exponent, exponent, and mantissa.  Do not use external libraries that provide the calculations automatically.

Extra Credit: Have your program work with numbers that have fractions (digits to the right of the decimal point).


Example output
This program converts an integer to 32-bit IEEE-754 floating point.

Enter an integer: 1999
floating point: 0 10001001 11110011110000000000000

Enter an integer: -65535
floating point: 1 10001110 11111111111111100000000