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what is difference between restoring and non restoring
division?

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what is difference between restoring and non restoring division?..

Answer / anindya mandal

In restoring method if after subtraction or addition if the
sign of A is changed then we restore the previous value of A

But in contrast with non restoring division if the sign of A
is negative then A, Q will be shifted left so negation bit
will be carry then. In both the cases we pruning the
negative bit
one by restoring method
another by shifting left method which is called non
restoring method.

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what is difference between restoring and non restoring division?..

Answer / khawlya maanjar

in restoring method after operation value sign is changes
after it stored previous value

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