anybody know how to see this???
(23,12,7) binary code???

anybody know how to see this???
(23,12,7) binary code???

Representing integers as a binary number..? if not, would you be a bit more specific?

Here's one way, using a bitset

#include <iostream>
#include <bitset>

int main()
{
    //bitset with 8 bits
    typedef std::bitset<8> bits_8;

    std::cout << bits_8(27) << '\n'
              << bits_8(12) << '\n'
              << bits_8(7)  << '\n'; 
}

sorry about that...

I just found out that the binary code (23,12, 7) is (n,k,d* = minimum distance).
I need to find the word error with the probability of bit error p = 0.01.

Is there a formula to calculate the word error?
Anybody knows any website that teaches me how to calculate the word error
or maybe someone knows the formula.

lot of help
ken js

#include<iostream.h>
void main()
{
 char ch[3];
 ch[0]=27;
 ch[1]=12;
 ch[2]=7;
 cout<<ch[0]<<"\n";
 cout<<ch[1]<<"\n";
 cout<<ch[2];
}
Comments
bad code

#include<iostream.h>
void main()
{
char ch[3];
ch[0]=27;
ch[1]=12;
ch[2]=7;
cout<<ch[0]<<"\n";
cout<<ch[1]<<"\n";
cout<<ch[2];
}

Horrible, untagged, outdated code posted seemingly haphazard for no apparent reason.

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