How can I sum 2 float numbers?

I am using RADASM with MASM

I am using RADASM with MASM

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Please post in the correct forum. I just moved your thread to Main forum.

What about if I cant Use the FPU? How would you do it?

If you can not use the FPU then it might be a homework ...

And I bet your teacher explained you about IEEE floating point numbers format.

And I bet your teacher explained you about IEEE floating point numbers format.

I already know about IEEE format single and double. But our teacher just told us not to use FPU

I dont want you guys to mak emy homework but maybe you can please pointme to the right direction

I am reading the data representation chapter of the art of assembly.

I already know how to convert a value to a IEEE format in PAPER but I got no idea in how to make that on Assembly. Please point me to the right directions

I dont want you guys to mak emy homework but maybe you can please pointme to the right direction

I am reading the data representation chapter of the art of assembly.

I already know how to convert a value to a IEEE format in PAPER but I got no idea in how to make that on Assembly. Please point me to the right directions

Do you know how to add two numbers in scientific notation?

2.86 x 10

9.87 x 10

The floating-point algorithms are similar.

2.86 x 10

^{30}+ 3.65 x 10^{29}= 3.225 x 10^{30}9.87 x 10

^{30}+ 1.25 x 10^{30}= 1.112 x 10^{31}The floating-point algorithms are similar.