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A radix is the number of distinct symbols used to represent numbers in a particular base.

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You'll have to make some modifications to the "standard" radix sort. You can add on a set value to make all the numbers positive, then sort with radix sort, then subtract the value off all of them at the end. This probably isn't the best all-round solution because if your numbers get very large (and large negative numbers), you may be unable to add on the set value to make all your values positive without having the problem of overflow. In this case you'd have to make a division - a section of negative numbers, and a section of of positive numbers. Sort both of them using radix sort, then reverse the negative numbers section and put the lists together (remembering to sort out the minus signs before sorting the negative numbers).

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The radix is a property of a numerical system, not an individual number. It is the number of different digits (or characters) used by the system to represent all numbers. Thus the radix of the binary system is 2: 0 and 1 the radix of the octal system is 8: 0,1,2,3,4,5,6 and 7 the radix of the decimal system is 10: 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 and 9 and so on. Since a number cannot have a radix, the question does not make sense.

1.000.000 (a million) is the smallest 7-digit number in radix 10 (decimal number). Here are some result of converted value form other bases : * Radix 2 : 26 = 128 * Radix 8 : 86 = 262.144 * Radix 16 : 166 = 16.777.216

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A radix is the number of distinct symbols used to represent numbers in a particular base.

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