Pratik MaliforThe Tech Deckthetechdeck.hashnode.dev·Nov 30, 2023What is 0x0? A Simple ExplanationThe term "0x0" refers to a hexadecimal number, specifically the number zero. Hexadecimal (or "hex" for short) is a numbering system often used in computer programming and other technical contexts to represent binary values in a more human-readable wa...Discuss·94 reads0x0

Sirus SalariProscrappedscript.com·Oct 5, 2023Introduction to Binary and Hex in Computer ScienceDisclosure: When you purchase through links on my site, I may earn an affiliate commission. As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. Read the full disclosure In this article, you will learn about the binary and hexadecimal number sy...Discuss·1 like·203 readsLog Base Twodata

Gideon Batureblog.benehub.tech·May 28, 2023How to Write a Program That Prints All the Numbers of Base 16 in Lowercase in CIntroduction Numbers of Base 16 are simply numbers in Hexadecimal, where these numbers range from 0 to 15, but then to differentiate these numbers from the numbers of base 10 (decimal/denary), from 0 to 9 are the normal numerical numbers, while from ...Discuss·31 likes·669 readsbase 16

Gideon Batureblog.benehub.tech·May 21, 2023How to Convert from Other Bases to Decimal and from Decimal to Octal and Hexadecimal on the Bash ShellIntroduction A number base is simply the number of unique digits used to represent a number in a system. A practical example is a dozen, which consists of 12 etc. The most common one of these number bases is the Decimal or Denary as some will call it...Discuss·20 likes·143 readsoctal

Durdanta Halderdurdanta.hashnode.dev·May 18, 2023How to convert Binary number to Hexadecimal number.Greetings young learners! Today, we will learn about converting binary numbers to hexadecimal numbers. Binary and hexadecimal are both number systems that are used to represent numerical values. Binary uses only two digits - 0 and 1, while hexadecima...Discuss·32 readsBinary Search Algorithm

David Yaudavidyau1.hashnode.dev·Apr 27, 2023Binary and HexidecimalSimply Binary and Hexidecimal are different numbering systems. The numbering system we use in everyday life and math is base 10. 10 due to having the digits 0-9. There no innate reason to use base 10, we probably choose it as we have 10 fingers to co...Discuss·30 readsThe Basics2Articles1Week

Anupam Majhianupammajhi.hashnode.dev·Jul 22, 2016JS: Decimal and HexadecimalThis is pretty interesting how you can convert not just standard decimal or hexadecimal numbers but any number with a base between 2 and 32. Here’s how: var myDecimalNum = 10; myDecimalNum.toString(16); // result : a var myHexNum = "a"; parseInt...Discussjs