hexadecimal

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hexadecimal

(hĕks″ă-dĕs′ĭ-mŭl) [″ + L. decimus, tenth]
In computers, a number system using base 16 rather than base 2 (binary) or 10 (decimal).

hexadecimal

a numbering system used in computer science; consists of 16 digits including numbers 0 through 9 and letters a through f.
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In base 16 (the hexadecimal system), used by computer programmers, the six letters A through F are added to the ten digits, resulting in "numbers" like AB9F which is equivalent to 43935 in base 10.