Define a Python function decimalToSinglePrecision that expects one argument, a signed floating-point number (a Python float). This function returns a string of binary digits representing that number in IEEE single precision format. You should make good use of the other functions in your library for this one.
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"""Converts the floating point numbers into binary digits that includes
whole part, decimal part and fraction."""
b = ""
i = int(n)
f = n - i
rem = i % 2
b += str(rem)
i //= 2
b = b[::-1]
b += '.'
if (b=='.'): b = '0.'
bits -= len(b)-1...
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