Hex To Decimal Converter

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ASCII DECIMAL HEXADECIMAL OCTAL BINARY
null 0 0 0 0
start of header 1 1 1 1
start of text 2 2 2 10
end of text 3 3 3 11
end of transmission 4 4 4 100
enquire 5 5 5 101
acknowledge 6 6 6 110
bell 7 7 7 111
backspace 8 8 10 1000
horizontal tab 9 9 11 1001
linefeed 10 A 12 1010
vertical tab 11 B 13 1011
form feed 12 C 14 1100
carriage return 13 D 15 1101
shift out 14 E 16 1110
shift in 15 F 17 1111
data link escape 16 10 20 10000
device control 1/Xon 17 11 21 10001
device control 2 18 12 22 10010
device control 3/Xoff 19 13 23 10011
device control 4 20 14 24 10100
negative acknowledge 21 15 25 10101
synchronous idle 22 16 26 10110
end of transmission block 23 17 27 10111
cancel 24 18 30 11000
end of medium 25 19 31 11001
end of file/ substitute 26 1A 32 11010
escape 27 1B 33 11011
file separator 28 1C 34 11100
group separator 29 1D 35 11101
record separator 30 1E 36 11110
unit separator 31 1F 37 11111
space 32 20 40 100000
! 33 21 41 100001
34 22 42 100010
# 35 23 43 100011
$ 36 24 44 100100
% 37 25 45 100101
& 38 26 46 100110
39 27 47 100111
( 40 28 50 101000
) 41 29 51 101001
* 42 2A 52 101010
+ 43 2B 53 101011
44 2C 54
45 2D 55 101101
. 46 2E 56 101110
/ 47 2F 57 101111
0 48 30 60 110000
1 49 31 61 110001
2 50 32 62 110010
3 51 33 63 110011
4 52 34 64 110100
5 53 35 65 110101
6 54 36 66 110110
7 55 37 67 110111
8 56 38 70 111000
9 57 39 71 111001
: 58 3A 72 111010
; 59 3B 73 111011
< 60 3C 74 111100
= 61 3D 75 111101
> 62 3E 76 111110
? 63 3F 77 111111
@ 64 40 100 1000000
A 65 41 101 1000001
B 66 42 102 1000010
C 67 43 103 1000011
D 68 44 104 1000100
E 69 45 105 1000101
F 70 46 106 1000110
G 71 47 107 1000111
H 72 48 110 1001000
I 73 49 111 1001001
J 74 4A 112 1001010
K 75 4B 113 1001011
L 76 4C 114 1001100
M 77 4D 115 1001101
N 78 4E 116 1001110
O 79 4F 117 1001111
P 80 50 120 1010000
Q 81 51 121 1010001
R 82 52 122 1010010
S 83 53 123 1010011
T 84 54 124 1010100
U 85 55 125 1010101
V 86 56 126 1010110
W 87 57 127 1010111
X 88 58 130 1011000
Y 89 59 131 1011001
Z 90 5A 132 1011010
[ 91 5B 133 1011011
\ 92 5C 134 1011100
] 93 5D 135 1011101
^ 94 5E 136 1011110
_ 95 5F 137 1011111
` 96 60 140 1100000
a 97 61 141 1100001
b 98 62 142 1100010
c 99 63 143 1100011
d 100 64 144 1100100
e 101 65 145 1100101
f 102 66 146 1100110
g 103 67 147 1100111
h 104 68 150 1101000
i 105 69 151 1101001
j 106 6A 152 1101010
k 107 6B 153 1101011
l 108 6C 154 1101100
m 109 6D 155 1101101
n 110 6E 156 1101110
o 111 6F 157 1101111
p 112 70 160 1110000
q 113 71 161 1110001
r 114 72 162 1110010
s 115 73 163 1110011
t 116 74 164 1110100
u 117 75 165 1110101
v 118 76 166 1110110
w 119 77 167 1110111
x 120 78 170 1111000
y 121 79 171 1111001
z 122 7A 172 1111010
{ 123 7B 173 1111011
| 124 7C 174 1111100
} 125 7D 175 1111101
~ 126 7E 176 1111110
DEL 127 7F 177 1111111
128 80 200 10000000
129 81 201 10000001
130 82 202 10000010
131 83 203 10000011
132 84 204 10000100
133 85 205 10000101
134 86 206 10000110
135 87 207 10000111
136 88 210 10001000
137 89 211 10001001
138 8A 212 10001010
139 8B 213 10001011
140 8C 214 10001100
141 8D 215 10001101
142 8E 216 10001110
143 8F 217 10001111
144 90 220 10010000
145 91 221 10010001
146 92 222 10010010
147 93 223 10010011
148 94 224 10010100
149 95 225 10010101
150 96 226 10010110
151 97 227 10010111
152 98 230 10011000
153 99 231 10011001
154 9A 232 10011010
155 9B 233 10011011
156 9C 234 10011100
157 9D 235 10011101
158 9E 236 10011110
159 9F 237 10011111
160 A0 240 10100000
161 A1 241 10100001
162 A2 242 10100010
163 A3 243 10100011
164 A4 244 10100100
165 A5 245 10100101
166 A6 246 10100110
167 A7 247 10100111
168 A8 250 10101000
169 A9 251 10101001
170 AA 252 10101010
171 AB 253 10101011
172 AC 254 10101100
173 AD 255 10101101
174 AE 256 10101110
175 AF 257 10101111
176 B0 260 10110000
177 B1 261 10110001
178 B2 262 10110010
179 B3 263 10110011
180 B4 264 10110100
181 B5 265 10110101
182 B6 266 10110110
183 B7 267 10110111
184 B8 270 10111000
185 B9 271 10111001
186 BA 272 10111010
187 BB 273 10111011
188 BC 274 10111100
189 BD 275 10111101
190 BE 276 10111110
191 BF 277 10111111
192 C0 300 11000000
193 C1 301 11000001
194 C2 302 11000010
195 C3 303 11000011
196 C4 304 11000100
197 C5 305 11000101
198 C6 306 11000110
199 C7 307 11000111
200 C8 310 11001000
201 C9 311 11001001
202 CA 312 11001010
203 CB 313 11001011
204 CC 314 11001100
205 CD 315 11001101
206 CE 316 11001110
207 CF 317 11001111
208 D0 320 11010000
209 D1 321 11010001
210 D2 322 11010010
211 D3 323 11010011
212 D4 324 11010100
213 D5 325 11010101
214 D6 326 11010110
215 D7 327 11010111
216 D8 330 11011000
217 D9 331 11011001
218 DA 332 11011010
219 DB 333 11011011
220 DC 334 11011100
221 DD 335 11011101
222 DE 336 11011110
223 DF 337 11011111
224 E0 340 11100000
225 E1 341 11100001
226 E2 342 11100010
227 E3 343 11100011
228 E4 344 11100100
229 E5 345 11100101
230 E6 346 11100110
231 E7 347 11100111
232 E8 350 11101000
233 E9 351 11101001
234 EA 352 11101010
235 EB 353 11101011
236 EC 354 11101100
237 ED 355 11101101
238 EE 356 11101110
239 EF 357 11101111
240 F0 360 11110000
241 F1 361 11110001
242 F2 362 11110010
243 F3 363 11110011
244 F4 364 11110100
245 F5 365 11110101
246 F6 366 11110110
247 F7 367 11110111
248 F8 370 11111000
249 F9 371 11111001
250 FA 372 11111010
251 FB 373 11111011
252 FC 374 11111100
253 FD 375 11111101
254 FE 376 11111110
255 FF 377 11111111

 

Hex to decimal converter

 

A number system is a collection of values that are used to represent quantities. We talk about the number of students in class, the number of modules each student takes, and we use numbers to symbolize the grades students receive on assessments. We can make sense of our surroundings by quantifying values and items about one another. We do this from a young age, determining whether we have more toys to play with, more presents to open, and more lollipops to eat, and so on.

Throughout history, people have employed signs or symbols to symbolize numbers. Straight lines or groupings of lines were used in the early forms, much like in the movie Robinson Crusoe, where a series of six vertical lines with a diagonal line across indicated one week.

Instructions are supplied in digital systems via electric signals, which are varied by changing the voltage of the signal. It’s tough to establish a decimal number system in digital equipment with ten separate voltages. As a result, numerous digitally implementable number systems have been devised.

You’re undoubtedly already familiar with the concept of a number system—have you heard of binary or hexadecimal numbers? A number system is simply a method of representing numbers. We are accustomed to working with the base-10 number system, generally known as a decimal. Base-16 (hexadecimal), base-8 (octal), and base-2 are some other common number systems (binary).

Hexadecimal:

Binary numbers are an excellent way for computers to represent numbers. They’re not as great for humans though—they’re so very long, and it takes a while to count up all those 111s and 000s. When computer scientists affect numbers, they often use either the decimal numeration system or the hexadecimal number system. Yes, another number system! Fortunately, number systems are more alike than they’re different, and now that you’ve got mastered decimal and binary, hexadecimal will hopefully add up.

Hexadecimal numeration system has 16 digits that range from 0 to 9 and A to F. Its base is 16. The A to F alphabets represents 10 to fifteen decimal numbers. The position of every digit during a hexadecimal number represents a selected power of the bottom (16) of the amount system.

Because the binary number system has only sixteen digits, any hexadecimal number may be converted to a binary number using four bits (24=16). You can call it alphanumeric numeration system as it uses alphabets and numeric digits. Good thing about hex is it uses less memory to store more numbers. These numbers represent computer memory address, conversion from hexadecimal to binary and vice-versa is easier and input and output in hexadecimal form can be handled easily.

The Hexadecimal or Hex, numbering system is widely used in computer and digital systems to convert long strings of binary values into four-digit sets that are easy to grasp. Because this form of digital numbering system includes 16 different numbers from 0-to-9 and A-to-F, the word “Hexadecimal” means “16.”

Hexadecimal describes a base-16 numeral system. The standard numeral system is called decimal (base 10) and uses ten symbols: 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9. Hexadecimal uses the decimal numbers and six extra symbols. There are no numerical symbols that represent values greater than nine, so letters taken from the English alphabet are used, specifically A, B, C, D, E and F. Hexadecimal A = decimal 10, and hexadecimal F = decimal 15.

In mathematics and computing, the hexadecimal (also base 16 or hex) is a positional numeral system that represents numbers using a radix (base) of 16.

The hexadecimal system can express negative numbers the same way as in decimal: −2A to represent −4210 and so on.

Hexadecimal can also be used to express the exact bit patterns used in the processor, so a sequence of hexadecimal digits may represent a signed or even a floating point value. This way, the negative number −4210 can be written as FFFF FFD6 in a 32-bit CPU register (in two’s-complement), as C228 0000 in a 32-bit FPU register or C045 0000 0000 0000 in a 64-bit FPU register (in the IEEE floating-point standard).

Similarly as decimal numbers can be addressed in outstanding documentation, so too can hexadecimal numbers. By show, the letter P (or p, for “power”) addresses times two raised to the force of, while E (or e) fills a comparative need in decimal as a feature of the E documentation. The number after the P is decimal and addresses the double example. Expanding the example by 1 increases by 2, not 16. 10.0p1 = 8.0p2 = 4.0p3 = 2.0p4 = 1.0p5. Typically, the number is standardized so the main hexadecimal digit is 1 (except if the worth is by and large 0).

Model: 1.3DEp42 addresses 1.3DE16 × 24210.

Hexadecimal outstanding documentation is needed by the IEEE 754-2008 parallel drifting point standard. This documentation can be utilized for drifting point literals in the C99 release of the C programming language.[22] Using the %a or %A change specifiers, this documentation can be delivered by executions of the printf group of capacities following the C99 specification[23] and Single Unix Specification (IEEE Std 1003.1) POSIX standard.[24]

Why Base 16?

Now, you would possibly be wondering what it’s that computer scientists like such a lot about the hexadecimal number system.

Early computers had 4-bit architectures, which meant that the bits were always processed in groups of four. That’s why we still write bits in groups of 4, like when we write 011101110111 to represent decimal 777 even though we could just write 111111111. The lowest value is 000 (all 000s, 000000000000) and the highest value is 151515 (all 111s, 111111111111), so 4 bits can represent 16 unique values. There’s that number 16!

Hexadecimal numbers are base-16, whereas the decimal numbers that we are familiar with are base-10. (9C36)_16 (using _16 to represent base-16) is equivalent to (39990) _10 (using _10 to represent base-10).

You can determine this result through the subsequent process:

Pick apart each of the hexadecimal number’s digits, starting with the last and working your way up to the first: 6 3 C 9. Remember that the letter ‘C’ stands for the number 12 in hexadecimal, so your answer is 6 3 12 9.

Now, multiply by powers of 16, ranging from 0:

6 * 16^0 = * 1 = 6

3 * 16^1 = 3 * 16 = 48

12 * 16^2 = 12 * 256 = 3072

9 * 16^3 = 9 * 4096 = 36864

Sum of the results – 6 + 48 + 3072 + 36864 = 39990.

This conversion process would hold regardless of how long the hexadecimal number is, just continue multiplying by incremental powers of 16 then sum the results.

Each group of 4 bits in binary may be a single digit within the hexadecimal number system. This makes converting binary numbers to hexadecimal numbers incredibly simple, and it also makes it a very natural computer to operate.

Decimal:

 

In Mathematics, numbers are often classified into differing types, namely real numbers, natural numbers, whole numbers, rational numbers, etc. Decimal numbers are among them. It is the quality representing integer and non-integer numbers. In algebra, a decimal number is often defined as a variety whose integer part and fractional part are separated by a percentage point. The dot during a decimal number is named a percentage point. The digits following the percentage point show a worth smaller than one.

Decimals are supported by the preceding powers of 10. Therefore, as we flow from left to right, the value of digits receives divided through 10, meaning the decimal place value determines the tenths, hundredths, and thousandths. A tenth means one-tenth or 1/10. In decimal form, it is 0.1. Hundredth means 1/100. In decimal form, it is 0.01.

We have learned that decimals are an extension of our numeration system. We also know that decimals are often considered as fractions whose denominators are 10, 100, 1000, etc. The numbers expressed within the decimal form are called decimal numbers or decimals. For example: 6.2, 5.16, 21.69, etc.

 

A decimal number has two parts:

  • Whole number part
  • Decimal part

A dot separates these parts (.) called the percentage point.

  • The digits lying to the left of the percentage point form the entire number part. it begins with ones, tens, hundreds, thousands, and so on.
  • The decimal point, together with the digits laying on the right of the decimal point, forms the decimal part. It begins tenths, hundredths, thousandths, and so on.

Decimal notation is the writing of numbers in the base-ten numeral system, which uses various symbols (called digits) for no more than ten distinct values (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9) to represent any numbers, no matter how large. These digits are often used with a decimal separator which indicates the start of a fractional part, and with one of the sign symbols + (positive) or − (negative) in front of the numerals to indicate sign.

For composing numbers, the decimal framework utilizes ten decimal digits, a decimal imprint, and, for negative numbers, a less sign “−”. The decimal digits are 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9;[7] the decimal separator is the dab “.” in numerous countries,[4][8] yet additionally a comma “,” in other countries.[5]

For addressing a non-negative number, a decimal numeral comprises of

either a (limited) arrangement of digits, (for example, “2017”), where the whole succession addresses a number,

or then again a decimal imprint isolating two arrangements of digits, (for example, “20.70828”)

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On the off chance that m > 0, that is, if the principal grouping contains at any rate two digits, it is for the most part accepted that the primary digit am isn’t zero. In certain conditions it could be helpful to have at least one 0’s on the left; this doesn’t change the worth addressed by the decimal: for instance, 3.14 = 03.14 = 003.14. Additionally, if the last digit on the privilege of the decimal imprint is zero—that is, if bn = 0—it very well might be taken out; on the other hand, following zeros might be added after the decimal imprint without changing the addressed number; [note 1] for instance, 15 = 15.0 = 15.00 and 5.2 = 5.20 = 5.200.

For addressing a negative number, a short sign is set before am.

The numeral  addresses the number.

Decimal fractions (sometimes called decimal numbers, specially in contexts involving explicit fractions) are the rational numbers that may be expressed as a fraction whose denominator is a power of ten.[9] For example, the decimals 

 represent the fractions 8/10, 1489/100, 24/100000, +1618/1000 and +314159/100000, and are therefore decimal numbers.

More generally, a decimal with n digits after the separator represents the fraction with denominator 10n, whose numerator is the integer obtained by removing the separator.

It follows that a number is a decimal fraction if and only if it has a finite decimal representation.

Expressed as a fully reduced fraction, the decimal numbers are those whose denominator is a product of a power of 2 and a power of 5. Thus the smallest denominators of decimal numbers are

 

 

 

Converting a Hexadecimal to a Decimal:

 

How do we convert a hex to a decimal? First, you want to know the letters during a hex all have decimal equivalents, as listed within the table below.

 

There is another number system table with more values for octal, hexes, decimals, and binaries; however, the table below provides all that we need to convert hex to dec.

 

Hexadecimal number is one among the amount systems which has value is 16, and it’s only 16 symbols: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and A, B, C, D, E, F. A, B, C, D, E and F are single bit representations of decimal value 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 and 15. The numeration system |positional notation positional representation system” decimal numeration system is the most familiar number system to the overall public. It is base 10 which have only 10 symbols: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9.

 

To convert a hexadecimal to a decimal manually, start out by multiplying the hex number by 16. Then, raise it to an influence of 0 and increase that power by 1 whenever consistent with the hexadecimal number equivalent.

We start from the proper of the hexadecimal number and attend the left when applying the powers. Each time you multiply variety by 16, the facility of 16 increases.

 

For some, this may not seem easy at first. But rest assured that with a touch practice, converting from hexadecimal to a decimal is often easily mastered.

 

It may assist you to see your answers employing a calculator or type your decimal value within the dec setting, then select “hex” and press equal. Still, strongly recommend you find out how to convert these number systems manually before using the calculator. That way, you won’t feel that you need to rely on a calculator.

 

 

Rational Numbers

Similarly as with other numeral frameworks, the hexadecimal framework can be utilized to address rational numbers, despite the fact that rehashing extensions are basic since sixteen (1016) has just a solitary prime factor; two.

For any base, 0.1 (or “1/10”) is consistently identical to one separated by the portrayal of that base worth in its own number framework. Hence, regardless of whether isolating one by two for double or separating one by sixteen for hexadecimal, both of these parts are composed as 0.1. Since the radix 16 is an ideal square (42), parts communicated in hexadecimal have an odd period significantly more regularly than decimal ones, and there are no cyclic numbers (other than insignificant single digits).

Repeating digits are shown when the denominator in most reduced terms has a superb factor not found in the radix; subsequently, when utilizing hexadecimal documentation, all divisions with denominators that are not a force of two outcome in a boundless line of repeating digits (like thirds and fifths). This makes hexadecimal (and twofold) less advantageous than decimal for addressing normal numbers since a bigger extent lie outside its scope of limited portrayal.

All judicious numbers limitedly representable in hexadecimal are likewise limitedly representable in decimal, duodecimal and sexagesimal: that is, any hexadecimal number with a limited number of digits additionally has a limited number of digits when communicated in those different bases. Then again, just a small amount of those limitedly representable in the last bases are limitedly representable in hexadecimal. For instance, decimal 0.1 compares to the boundless repeating portrayal 0.19 in hexadecimal. Nonetheless, hexadecimal is more proficient than duodecimal and sexagesimal for addressing portions with forces of two in the denominator. For instance, 0.062510 (one-sixteenth) is comparable to 0.116, 0.0912, and 0;3,4560.

n Decimal
Prime factors of base, b = 10: 2, 5; b − 1 = 9: 3; b + 1 = 11: 11
Hexadecimal
Prime factors of base, b = 1610 = 10: 2; b − 1 = 1510 = F: 3, 5; b + 1 = 1710 = 11: 11
Fraction Prime factors Positional representation Positional representation Prime factors Fraction(1/n)
2 1/2 2 0.5 0.8 2 1/2
3 1/3 3 0.3333… = 0.3 0.5555… = 0.5 3 1/3
4 1/4 2 0.25 0.4 2 1/4
5 1/5 5 0.2 0.3 5 1/5
6 1/6 2, 3 0.16 0.2A 2, 3 1/6
7 1/7 7 0.142857 0.249 7 1/7
8 1/8 2 0.125 0.2 2 1/8
9 1/9 3 0.1 0.1C7 3 1/9
10 1/10 2, 5 0.1 0.19 2, 5 1/A
11 1/11 11 0.09 0.1745D B 1/B
12 1/12 2, 3 0.083 0.15 2, 3 1/C
13 1/13 13 0.076923 0.13B D 1/D
14 1/14 2, 7 0.0714285 0.1249 2, 7 1/E
15 1/15 3, 5 0.06 0.1 3, 5 1/F
16 1/16 2 0.0625 0.1 2 1/10
17 1/17 17 0.0588235294117647 0.0F 11 1/11
18 1/18 2, 3 0.05 0.0E38 2, 3 1/12
19 1/19 19 0.052631578947368421 0.0D79435E5 13 1/13
20 1/20 2, 5 0.05 0.0C 2, 5 1/14
21 1/21 3, 7 0.047619 0.0C3 3, 7 1/15
22 1/22 2, 11 0.045 0.0BA2E8 2, B 1/16
23 1/23 23 0.0434782608695652173913 0.0B21642C859 17 1/17
24 1/24 2, 3 0.0416 0.0A 2, 3 1/18
25 1/25 5 0.04 0.0A3D7 5 1/19
26 1/26 2, 13 0.0384615 0.09D8 2, D 1/1A
27 1/27 3 0.037 0.097B425ED 3 1/1B
28 1/28 2, 7 0.03571428 0.0924 2, 7 1/1C
29 1/29 29 0.0344827586206896551724137931 0.08D3DCB 1D 1/1D
30 1/30 2, 3, 5 0.03 0.08 2, 3, 5 1/1E
31 1/31 31 0.032258064516129 0.08421 1F 1/1F
32 1/32 2 0.03125 0.08 2 1/20
33 1/33 3, 11 0.03 0.07C1F 3, B 1/21
34 1/34 2, 17 0.02941176470588235 0.078 2, 11 1/22
35 1/35 5, 7 0.0285714 0.075 5, 7 1/23
36 1/36 2, 3 0.027 0.071C 2, 3 1/24

Conclusion:  

 

Every day, we deal with numbers while dealing with money, weight, and length. When greater precision is required than whole numbers can supply, decimal numbers are utilized. When we calculate our weight on the weighing machine, we don’t always get a weight that equals a whole number on the scale. To figure out our exact weight, we need to know what the decimal value on the scale m is.

 

The place value pattern continues in both ways until infinity; places get greater as you move to the left but smaller as you move to the right. We can represent infinitely large and indefinitely small numbers with simple symbols. It’s all part of mathematics’ wonderful order!

 

The fundamental benefit of a Hexadecimal Number is that it is very compact. Because it has a base of 16, the number of digits necessary to express a given number is usually less than in binary or decimal. Converting from hexadecimal and binary numbers is also rapid and simple. Many computer-related professions benefit significantly from understanding several number systems. Binary and hexadecimal are highly prevalent, and I recommend that you learn them thoroughly.