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TIM
Program length
April 12, 2006 07:01AM
Hi Guys, having problems in calculating program length.

1. If the start is 100h and end is 010F how do they get an answer of 10h bytes. (pg 23 of tut501).
How do you convert that to decimal bytes.

2. If the start is 100h and the end is 111h the answer is 18 bytes. How do I get those answers.

Any help really appreciated.

Kind regards

Tim
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Re: Program length
April 12, 2006 05:34PM
the calculation are made in hexadecimal notation:

(010F - 0100 + 1) = 10 bytes

try to do that with ur cientific calculator, in decimal u'll get 16


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