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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Caption: Figure 10 Images used for this demonstration arrayed from dark to bright based on the average value of their data bytes, converted from decimal to hexadecimal expression.
To MAC: MAC address of the destination frame, represented in hexadecimal format.
Data destruction -- wipe out all data from a deleted partition and from unallocated space -- Hard disk editor -- perform advanced editing, such as restoring boot records and hexadecimal editing
For this first set, the panel sifted through 700 standards, a veritable hexadecimal soup including X12, HL7, NCPP, and the Continuity of Care record, whittling that down to 30.
RFID projects that do not require the EPC or Department of Defense RFID codes can use the software to program high frequency or ultra high frequency smart labels in hexadecimal or ASCII format.
For value, you can use either the color name or the hexadecimal equivalent.
Thus the smallest positive normalized number that can be represented is 00800000 expressed in hexadecimal, which is approximately 1.
The CDR converts hexadecimal codes into useable data and displays it in a decipherable format on a Windows-based PC.
It works with most access points and routers, and requires no hexadecimal WEP keys or technical terminology during installation.
LANWatch monitors, examines and verifies 78 network protocols in both hexadecimal and formatted views, helping administrators quickly identify network problems to keep networks running at peak performance.
4 are 128 bits long; this corresponds to 32 hexadecimal digits, which are normally used when writing IPv6 addresses, as described in the following section.