TI Editor/Assembler: Floating-Point Math
In the continuation of the assembly language series, this episode goes over some principles of floating-point arithmetic in TI assembly, and the numerous operations in the TI's built-in libraries.
In this video, we cover the following:
- Floating-point numbers, in computing and assembly
- The Radix-100 format
- Floating-point assembly operations
- The floating-point accumulator (FAC) and arguments (ARG)
- XMLLNK library
- GPLLNK library
- Errors during calculations
- Speed considerations
- Program example - FLOAT
FLOAT (Assembly language)
Demonstration of assembly from the video. Displays two floating-point numbers, performs multiplication on them, and displays the result.