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## Division of 2 binary numbers

How to divide 2 binary numbers with different lengths, for example(1001000÷1011) using labview and also the labview code should display the quotient and remainder.

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## Re: Division of 2 binary numbers

@thols wrote:

I guess you just did his homework.

Bill

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## Re: Division of 2 binary numbers

@billko wrote:

@thols wrote:

I guess you just did his homework.

Oops 😬. At least he has to find the VI. I should have replied: "Show me the code!".

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## Re: Division of 2 binary numbers

@billko wrote:

@thols wrote:

I guess you just did his homework.

Maybe.  But it seems like an odd question for a homework assignment.

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## Re: Division of 2 binary numbers

@paul_cardinale wrote:

@billko wrote:

@thols wrote:

I guess you just did his homework.

Maybe.  But it seems like an odd question for a homework assignment.

The wording suggests it came right out of a text book.  Also the fact that it is such an oddball request with such artificial requirements screams "homework", as well.  At least, to me it does.

Bill

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## Re: Division of 2 binary numbers

@billko wrote:

@paul_cardinale wrote:

@billko wrote:

@thols wrote:

I guess you just did his homework.

Maybe.  But it seems like an odd question for a homework assignment.

The wording suggests it came right out of a text book.  Also the fact that it is such an oddball request with such artificial requirements screams "homework", as well.  At least, to me it does.

The part "of different lengths" seems very odd to me.  I would never put that in a LabVIEW question.

"If you weren't supposed to push it, it wouldn't be a button."
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## Re: Division of 2 binary numbers

@paul_cardinale wrote:

@billko wrote:

@paul_cardinale wrote:

@billko wrote:

@thols wrote:

I guess you just did his homework.

Maybe.  But it seems like an odd question for a homework assignment.

The wording suggests it came right out of a text book.  Also the fact that it is such an oddball request with such artificial requirements screams "homework", as well.  At least, to me it does.

The part "of different lengths" seems very odd to me.  I would never put that in a LabVIEW question.

LOL, you are assuming the professors are LabVIEW experts.  😄

Bill

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