Q: Difference between hexadecimal and octal number?

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F in hexadecimal is 17 in octal.

8 in octal, 16 in hexadecimal.

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Octal and hexadecimal numbers are useful for humans as they compactly represent binary numbers:each octal digit represents exactly 3 binary digitseach hexadecimal number represents exactly 4 binary digitsFor example, instead of trying to read (and remember) the binary number 100111001001 it can be represented as hexadecimal 0x09c9 or octal 04711 which are easier to read (and remember) for humans.

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F in hexadecimal is 17 in octal.

8 in octal, 16 in hexadecimal.

Octal = 52746757 Binary = 101010111100110111101111

On computers.

A45C: Decimal = 42076 Octal = 122134

BB895C: Octal = 56704534 Decimal = 12290396

9C = 234

56704534

C65A = 143132

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Decimal, binary, octal and hexadecimal.