How is the one's complement representation of the difference of two integers obtained from the one's complement representations of these integers?

Solution:Step1Given thatWe have to find that how is the one's complement representation of the difference of two integers obtained from the one's complement representations of these integersStep2The one’s complement of a binary number is characterized as the value obtained by inverting every one of the bits in the binary representation of the number.An N-bit one’s complement numeral system can just represent whole numbers in the range In one's complement subtraction of signed numbers is performed by using rather than carries, borrows are propagated to the left. At that point borrow extends past the end of the word and it is called as "wrapped around", a condition called an "end-around borrow". At the point when this happens, the bit must be subtracted from the rightmost bit.Step3For subtraction of decimal 6 to decimal -19 in 8-bit one's complement6(0000 0110) and -19(0001 0011) 0000 0110 0001 0011-----------------1 1111 0011From 1 1111 0011, 1 is subtracted again1111 0011 1--------------1111 0010 1111 0010 represents -13.