### CS435 Lab 4: Hamming code

#### Due February 26, at 9:00 AM

Here is a number encoded using 7 bits of data and 4 parity bits, as described in the book section on hamming codes:
00001111010

If you don't remember how to do this from class and/or took inadequate notes, and the book explanation doesn't make sense, try the Wikipedia article on hamming codes as well. It has an example with a table for 15 bits of data encoded with 5 parity bits.

Correct the error in the number above, then decode the number. The solution to this lab is the encoded number in decimal (not binary). Upload your answer in some sort of file, text or otherwise. If you do your calculations on paper, feel free to upload a picture, but please make sure it is legible.