A processor that has the carry, overflow and sign flag bits as part of its program status word (PSW) performs addition of the following two $2's$ complement numbers $01001101$ and $11101001$. After the execution of this addition operation, the status of the carry, overflow and sign flags, respectively will be:
Answer is (B).
1. If there is a carry in MSB and there is a carry out of MSB then there is no overflow as no overflow happening in this question.
2. If there is a carry in MSB and there is no carry out of MSB or vice-versa, there is overflow.
3. In n bits signed number (n-1) right most bits are for magnitude and nth left most bit is for sign.
4. (n+1)th left most bit is for carry, as we have the following structure to store a binary number
[C] [n, n-1, .........1]
5. Suppose sum of two numbers is cn-1, cn-2 cn-3 ........ c0, and then cn⊕cn-1 represents overflow if both the 2's complemented numbers having same sign either -ve or +ve otherwise no overflow. If both numbers are not of same size then this logic cn⊕cn-1 = 1 (overflow) fails. where cn-1 is sign bit of the sum and cn is carry out.
for example in this question cn⊕cn-1 = 1, using this logic overflow should occur but both the numbers are of different sign so overflow can't occur, so this logic cn⊕cn-1 = 1(overflow) failed.
Carry $= 1$
Overflow = $0$ (In $2's$ complement addition Overflow happens only when: Sign bit of two input numbers is $0$, and the result has sign bit $1$ OR Sign bit of two input numbers is $1$, and the result has sign bit $0$.)
Sign bit = $0$.
carry flag=1 (extra bit out of msb)
overflow flag=0 (since both in carry out carry =1 and it is addition of -ve and +ve number so overflow should be equals to 0)
(overflow bit =0 if both in carry out carry =0 or1 / addition of -ve and +ve number
& overflow bit =1 if either one of them is 1 and other is 0)
Sign bit =0 (since msb bit is 0)
therefore option B.
in 2's complement when you add two number such that A>B then you have to discard the carry bit as you get answer as true magnitude
Cout = 1 (Carry)
Cin = 1
0 (Sign Flag)
Carry Flag = 1
Overflow Flag = Cin XOR Cout = 1 XOR 1 = 0
Sign Flag = 0
Hence correct option - B
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