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Hex code table for numbers 0 - 15

You can use the following hex code table to convert hexadecimal to binary and back and you can convert numbers of any length.For each nibble of binary data just replace it with the corresponding hex digit.

For example:

Binary number : 1010 0110 1110 1111 0111 0110 1101
Hexadecimal number : A 6 E F 7 6 D

You can convert any hex number of any length to binary (just remember to start from the right - or LSB) using the hex code table.

And you can convert any binary number of any length to hexadecimal (just remember to start from the right - or LSB) using the table. If it does not fit into the last nibble (set of 4 bits) set the left most bits to zero.

Hexadecimal table

Decimal Hex digit Binary code Decimal Hex digit Binary code
0 0 0000 8 8 1000
1 1 0001 9 9 1001
2 2 0010 10 A 1010
3 3 0011 11 B 1011
4 4 0100 12 C 1100
5 5 0101 13 D 1101
6 6 0110 14 E 1110
7 7 0111 15 F 1111


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