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How do I convert binary to hexadecimal and hexadecimal?


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Switch from binary to decimal - multiply the first digit in 1, the second in 2, the third in 4, the fourth in 8, and so on until the number is over, and connect it.

For example: 11010 in binary = 2 + 8 + 16 = 26 (the digits representing 1 and 4 are zero and therefore does not appear).

Similarly to the hexadecimal, only instead of multiplying the xNUMX's ligaments you are multiplied by the xNUMX's strengths.

A decimal pass to Binary: divides into 2. Takes a rest. This is the first digit (unity). Divide the portion you received. The remainder is the second digit (2). The next remainder is the third digit (4) and so on until you have an 0 packet.

For example: 26

26 / 2 = 13 (0)

13 / 2 = 6 (1)

6 / 2 = 3 (0)

3 / 2 = 1 (1)

1 / 2 = 0 (1)

Note that the residues give 11010, which we saw earlier as 26!

Similarly in the hexadecimal transition, only the division is in 16.

Cassia Transition: You break each hexadecimal digit into 4 bits. This will be the binary representation of the number.

For example: 3D6 in hexadecimal - 3 = 0011, D = 1101, 6 = 0100 and therefore the number in a binary instance would be: 1111010100 ([0100] [1101] [0011])

From binary to hexadecimal: All 4 numbers are compiled from the small digits into one hexadecimal digit.

For example: 1011001 in binary [1011] [0101] becomes[5] that is 5B.

Note that it is not possible to group all four - it is mandatory to "snap to the right" all the time (up to the decimal point) and only add zeros to the left of the last four if necessary. It should make sense to you- it's the exact opposite of the hexa-> binary conversion.

good luck to you.

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