The codes for error control (error-detecting and error-correcting codes) are extremely important part of the communication systems and storage devices, ensuring reliable data transmission and storage. In this paper using simulations, we analyze an error-detecting code. More specifically, we will be focused on the error-detecting capability of the code. Namely, using simulations we will obtain the number of errors that the code detects for sure, as an important parameter of every error-detecting code.
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