(data) | twos complement - A system used in some computers to represent negative
numbers in binary. Each bit of the number is inverted
(zeros are replaced with ones and vice versa), as for ones complement, but then one (000...0001) is added (ignoring
overflow). This avoids the two representations for zero found
in ones complement by using all ones to represent -1.... 000...00011 = +3 000...00010 = +2 000...00001 = +1 000...00000 = 0 111...11111 = -1 111...11110 = -2 111...11101 = -3 ... This representation simplifies the logic required for addition and subtraction, at the expense of a little extra complexity for negation. |

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**-- twos complement --**

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two-valued logic

Two-way

two-way street

two-wheel

two-wheeled

two-wing flying fish

two-winged insects

two-year

twofer

Twofold

twonkie

Twopence

Twopenny

twopenny-halfpenny

TWOS

twoscore

twosome

Twyblade

Twyla Tharp

TX

TX-0

TXL

TXT-RR

TXTRR

Ty-all

Tyan Shan

Tyburn ticket

Tyche

Tychism

Tychonic

Tycoon