Revision of basics, Electrical Engineering

Revision  of Basics

Although  it is  assumed in this book  that the  reader has  enough  knowledge of  various number systems ( binary, octal and hexadecimal and their relation with  decimal  number  systems) and digital  electronics  but few  important  topics are disused  in this  chapter in  brief to revise them  as they  are useful  to understand  the working  of microprocessor  in a better way. For  detail knowledge one must  refer some books  of number systems and digital electronics.

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