Modcomp FLOATING POINT numbers are represented
by one bit for the sign (S), 9 bits for the exponent, and 22 bits for the
fraction. Floating point numbers are in 2's complement. There
is no normalization.
Modcomp 32Bit Floating Point Format  
S  Exponent  Fraction  
































DOUBLE PRECISION floating point numbers add another 32bit word which is all fraction bits for added precision.
Negative floating point numbers are in two's complement.
INTEGER numbers are 16 bits long (not 32!), in two's
complement.