Numbers Conversion Table

 


binary:
octal:
decimal:
hexadecimal:
base-2:
base-3:
base-4:
base-5:
base-6:
base-7:
base-8:
base-9:
base-10:
base-11:
base-12:
base-13:
base-14:
base-15:
base-16:
base-17:
base-18:
base-19:
base-20:
base-21:
base-22:
base-23:
base-24:
base-25:
base-26:
base-27:
base-28:
base-29:
base-30:
base-31:
base-32:
base-33:
base-34:
base-35:
base-36:

Nothing has been as fascinating as the number system, and there are many ways to represent a number. The most common are decimal, binary, octal, and hexadecimal, since the computer revolution.

The decimal number system (base 10) is the most common used in modern day-to-day life. It is said that the fingers on two hands are the starting point of the decimal counting.

Binary number (base-2) expresses numeric values in two symbols, 0 (zero) and 1 (one).This system has a direct application in digital electronic circuitry.

The octal numeral system, as the name suggests, is the base-8 number system. Unlike binary that uses digits 0 and 1, it uses 0 to 7.

Hexadecimal (base 16) is a bit complex number system , using sixteen symbols, mostly digits 0–9, representing values zero to nine, and A, B, C, D, E, F for values ten to fifteen.


These all number system and other system with varying base value are interchangeable to each other, having application in many calculations, making number conversions important. Our site has tabulated all these number system together on a single page, just put a number in one box and its value will be generated in other numeral system correspondingly.