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//By JGH, April 2007//\\ \\ **B**inary **C**oded **D**ecimal (BCD) is a method of representing a decimal number as a hexadecimal value using the hex digits 0-9 and ignoring A-F. For example, the number 21 (hex &15) would be represented as &21 (decimal 33). It can be a convenient internal representation of decimal numbers as each hexadecimal digit can be displayed without any further processing. See [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Binary-coded_decimal|Wikipedia]].\\ \\ BCD values can be decoded with:\\ \\ | //By JGH, April 2007//\\ \\ **B**inary **C**oded **D**ecimal (BCD) is a method of representing a decimal number as a hexadecimal value using the hex digits 0-9 and ignoring A-F. For example, the number 21 (hex &15) would be represented as &21 (decimal 33). It can be a convenient internal representation of decimal numbers as each hexadecimal digit can be displayed without any further processing. See [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Binary-coded_decimal|Wikipedia]].\\ \\ BCD values can be decoded with:\\ \\ | ||

+ | <code bb4w> | ||

number% = VAL STR$~bcd% | number% = VAL STR$~bcd% | ||

+ | </code> | ||

\\ Numbers can be encoded in BCD using:\\ \\ | \\ Numbers can be encoded in BCD using:\\ \\ | ||

+ | <code bb4w> | ||

bcd% = EVAL("&"+STR$number%) | bcd% = EVAL("&"+STR$number%) | ||

+ | </code> |

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