**To** calculate the 2's complement of an **integer**, invert the **binary** **equivalent** **of** **the** number by changing all of the **ones** **to** **zeroes** **and** all of the **zeroes** **to** **ones** (also called 1's complement ), and then add **one**. **The** bit size is always important with twos complement, since you must be able to tell where the sign bit is. The steps are simple. It should first create a **binary** file and store 10 **integers**, where the file name and 10 **values** are **given** in the command line. (hint: **convert** **the** strings using atoi function) Now the program asks for an index and a **value** from the user and the **value** at that index should be changed to the new **value** in the file. (hint: use fseek function). In a mathematical operation in C++ (e.g. arithmetic or comparison), if **one** signed and **one** unsigned **integer** are used, the signed **integer** will be converted to unsigned. And because unsigned **integers** can not store negative numbers, this can result in loss of data. Consider the following program demonstrating this:.

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