This simple tool allows you to convert a same number between its
representations under different number systems. For example, the
number pi is equal to 3.14159... in a decimal system (base 10),
or to 3.243F6... in a hexadecimal system (base 16), or to
11.001001... in a binary system (base 2).
The most common number base is decimal, also known as base 10. The
decimal number system uses 10 different notations which are the digits
0~9. Bases are not necessarily positive integers. Bases can be
negative, positive, 0, complex and non-integral, too, although these
are rarer. Other frequently used bases include base 2 and base 16.
These are used in computing, and are called binary and hexadecimal,
Number Base - Converting to Different Bases
As most commonly used number base system is decimal, we shall divide
conversions into three parts:
from any base to decimal number base
from decimal to any number base
from any base to any other base.
For now, we will learn about Integer number conversions and floating