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cwpjr



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cwpjr
I am sorry to bother you folks with my problem. That said I am trying to figure out in THUMB2 code how to take MSW LSW 64 bit double word ( say in r1 and r2 ) value that could be signed or not and convert the whole shebang to a double number two's complement of the original value.

Baring puppy love in code an explanation of the logic would be fine...

Thanks, Clyde

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Post 27 Oct 2012, 23:03
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revolution
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revolution
The most common way to do extended two's complement is negate and add 1:
Code:
mvn  r1,r1
mvn  r2,r2
adds r1,r1,1
adc  r2,r2,0    
Post 28 Oct 2012, 00:20
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cwpjr



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cwpjr
Thank Revolution. I still haven't forgotten your challenge of x86 translation but I am not up to te task yet!
Post 28 Oct 2012, 00:59
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