This sheet allows you to convert up to 20 characters to their Code, Decimal, Binary and Hexadecimal form. Enter your word or sentence, and the sheet will place each character in a separate cell. You can simply type it into the grey box. It will tell you if you’re exceeding the 20-character limit. When entering […]

# Tag: hexadecimal

## 009 – Convert Decimal to Binary (Base 10 to Base 2)

So how do we convert numbers from decimal to binary. So if I have a number like 45 in decimal, how do I convert that to binary? Well, there is a way of doing it that you might like, you might prefer. And so– you might not. We can say, how many times does 2 […]

## Hexadecimal to Binary Conversion

In this video we’re going to convert hexadecimal numbers to binary. I’ve started by creating a hexadecimal to decimal conversion chart. On the left are all the hexadecimal numbers on the right are all the decimal numbers. So we’re going to start with the hexadecimal number, 75. Now to convert this to binary I’m going […]

## Binary and hexadecimal

Converting from binary to hexadecimal and hexadecimal to binary is very easy if you’ve got a table of the numbers or if you know the numbers well. Lets do an example starting with hexadecimal to binary. Let’s say you’ve got the hexadecimal number 3CF. To convert to binary all you have to do is write […]

## What is binary code in computer (2018)

In this video, I’m going to show you how a binary code works, and how we convert it to decimal Let’s get Started!! So, a binary code is a bunch of 0’s and 1’s Evey decimal numbers is 8, 0’s & 1’s in binary so we have 8, 8, 8….. For every number. For Example, […]

## What’s a Binary Clock?

This is a binary clock. As you’d probably expect, it uses just ones and zeros to display time, though here they’re represented by these little lights: on for one and off for zero. But how could you read something like this? And, is it at all practical, or does it just… look really cool? In […]

## cis150 binary

For this activity, we will be converting from binary to decimal and hexadecimal. First let’s convert binary to decimal. Take the following binary number, and place it into a table. Starting at the right, number each bit starting at 0 until you get to the left. Now identify the bits that have a 1 on […]

## Digital Electronics — Binary, Octal, and Hexadecimal Addition

in this lesson we’re going to be talking about addition we’ll be adding each of the three numbering systems binary octal and hexadecimal we’ll start out with binary the laws of binary arithmetic are very similar to basic decimal numbers and the laws still apply for all arithmetic so the four basic Center for binary […]