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Old October 10th, 2017, 01:08 PM   #1
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PLC-5/250 Compute Expression

I've got a print-out of old code (PLC-5/250) that I am trying to decipher. I am hung up on an expression in one of the compute blocks. The block parameters are as follows:

COMPUTE
Dest: NUMST
Expression: I:013{07..00}+(I:013/16<<8)

Can anyone please help me understand what this expression is saying? I can take a picture of the rung if it will help, but that is all of the info from the block.
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