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If 1 is added to a number where all of the digits are 1, there will be overflow. This gives the answer , and there is no overflow.
This equals , and it has overflow. This will equal …01, and it has overflow. Will there be overflow?
This equals There is no overflow. Since a had no overflow, I can just use the calculated value and add one more time. This will equal , and there is no overflow.
This equals with no overflow. This adds to the value already calculated in a, which gives us with no overflow. This gives overflow in both a and b because the first digits are both 1 which when added together gives This gives an extra 1 so there is already overflow without even finishing the calculations.
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