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1 Hexadecimal In-Depth on 2/10/2015, 11:44 pm

Bully@WiiPlaza

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Introduction

You might know how to convert hexadecimal values to decimal values using a website like Geckocodes or the Windows Calculator but what about doing it manually? Smile

First of all you need to know that hexadecimal is base 16. The following table explains which hexadecimal digit converts into which decimal number.

Conversion Table

DecimalHexadecimal
00
11
22
33
44
55
66
77
88
99
10A
11B
12C
13D
14E
15F
Note that after 9 the next number in hexadecimal is A and NOT 10. 10 is 16 in decimal. The letters from A to F can also be written in lowercase so it comes down to personal preference whether you spell them in capital or not.

Hexadecimal To Decimal

In order to convert a hexadecimal number to decimal we need to take the digits individually from the right of the given number, convert them to decimal using the table above and multiply each of them with  where  is the current index of the digit we took starting at . Finally, all products are added up.

For the ones who love formulas:
where  is the length of the number to convert,  the number to convert and  the table lookup/conversion function using the table from above.

Example

Task:
Convert  to decimal manually.

Answer:

The result of the expression on the left can be calculated with for example WolframAlpha if you're don't want to do the Math by hand.

Enjoy Smile


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2 Re: Hexadecimal In-Depth on 2/16/2017, 7:09 pm

SnB@BWH

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"I did what you said" and I got 1837001. I'm obviously not doing something right. However, I'm pretty sure I did all the instructions and even followed along on another tutorial on how to do it and I just don't see how my answer is different than yours. Neutral


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