Number Systems/Customs

From Coder Merlin

Customs[edit]

  • It is customary to separate groups of three decimal digits by commas. For example: 123,45610.
  • It is customary to separate groups to two hexadecimal digits by spaces and prefix a leading zero to what would otherwise be a single digit. For example: 01 2F16.
  • It is customary to separate groups of three octal digits by spaces and prefix leading zeros to pad to a three digit grouping. For example: 001 2378.
  • It is customary to separate groups of four binary digits by spaces and prefix leading zeroes to pad to a four digit grouping. For example: 0001 1011 11002.



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