Most of this code has originated from requests and challenges on the PICList mailing list.
I tried to debug the routines as much as possible (for a hobby), but no guarantees. In case you find a bug, please let me know.
Please send any questions or comments to firstname.lastname@example.org, or the PICList, as many nice folks hang around there and most probably will be glad to help you.
... you could use the tested routines from piclist.com. You will need:
Please check http://www.piclist.com/techref/microchip/math/index.htm
- decimal to binary conversion routine (4 digits to 16 bits)
- 16 bit by 16 bit division (to find 10000/x)
- binary to decimal conversion (16 bits to 4 digits)
Says: Vittorio Capini replies: hi Mr. Nikolai. In the code "Fixed Point Q(0.16) log2(x) I do not understand how to build the table, starting from the relationship [log2(0.5)-log2(0.5:0.5/16:1)]. what is it log2(0.5:0.5/16:1) ? can you take an example.+
Vittorio Capini Says: +
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