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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

SOURCE: how to do binary, octal, hexadecimal conversions in fx-991ms

Press MODE 4 to enter the BASE-N mode. Select the input base. Enter the number. Press =. Select the output base and see the result.

Posted on Jun 11, 2012

SOURCE: casio fx-83GT-plus how to convert binary to

Sorry to be the carrier of bad news but the Casio FX-83 GT Plus does not have a baseN calculation mode. You cannot do any arithmetic in binary, octal or hexadecimal numeration.

Posted on Oct 06, 2013

a bit is a computer term which can be either 1 or zero. so a 40 bit password would be something like 1100011000011101100110010100101011001010 or any other combination of 40 1's and 0's.. familiarity with Binary numbers would help here.. not easy to remember though.

Hexadecimal is another method used to help simplify binary notation and we use the digits 0-9 and the letters A-F to represent a grouping of 4 binary digits or 4 bits. so the 40 digit string above could be represented as 10 Hexadecimal digits as follows

C61D99499ACA - which is a little easier to remember. ASCII is a standard by which we use 8 bits ( 8 binary digits or 2 hexadecimal digits ) to represent the numbers, letters and symbols on our keyboard... using a 5 letter password such as Bird? ( including the question mark) would be the equivalent of the following hexadecimal representation

42 69 72 64 3F or the binary/bit representation

0100001001101001011100100110010000111111

Hope this helps.

Hexadecimal is another method used to help simplify binary notation and we use the digits 0-9 and the letters A-F to represent a grouping of 4 binary digits or 4 bits. so the 40 digit string above could be represented as 10 Hexadecimal digits as follows

C61D99499ACA - which is a little easier to remember. ASCII is a standard by which we use 8 bits ( 8 binary digits or 2 hexadecimal digits ) to represent the numbers, letters and symbols on our keyboard... using a 5 letter password such as Bird? ( including the question mark) would be the equivalent of the following hexadecimal representation

42 69 72 64 3F or the binary/bit representation

0100001001101001011100100110010000111111

Hope this helps.

Nov 23, 2013 | EnGenius EUB9707 Wireless N Mini USB...

Sorry to be the carrier of bad news but the Casio FX-83 GT Plus does not
have a baseN calculation mode. You cannot do any arithmetic in binary,
octal or hexadecimal numeration.

Oct 06, 2013 | Casio Office Equipment & Supplies

Sorry to be the carrier of bad news but the Casio FX-83 GT Plus does not have a baseN calculation mode. You cannot do any arithmetic in binary, octal or hexadecimal numeration.

Oct 06, 2013 | Casio Office Equipment & Supplies

What make and model calculator?

If you want to do it by hand, each hexadecimal digit is four binary digits:

0 = 0000

1 = 0001

2 = 0010

3 = 0011

4 = 0100

5 = 0101

6 = 0110

7 = 0111

8 = 1000

9 = 1001

A = 1010

B = 1011

C = 1100

D = 1101

E = 1110

F = 1111

If you want to do it by hand, each hexadecimal digit is four binary digits:

0 = 0000

1 = 0001

2 = 0010

3 = 0011

4 = 0100

5 = 0101

6 = 0110

7 = 0111

8 = 1000

9 = 1001

A = 1010

B = 1011

C = 1100

D = 1101

E = 1110

F = 1111

Mar 10, 2013 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Press 0 ALPHA [H] 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 MODE F2, scroll down to the "Base" line, press right-arrow, select "BIN" then press ENTER ENTER ENTER.

As a note, 01001110 looks suspiciously like a binary number.

As a note, 01001110 looks suspiciously like a binary number.

Jan 26, 2013 | Texas Instruments TI-89 Calculator

Press MODE 4 to enter the BASE-N mode. Type in the decimal number, then press BIN to convert to binary. Press DEC to switch back to decimal for the next conversion.

You're limited to numbers in the range [-32768...32767] in binary. You can extend the range if you convert to octal or hexadecimal and then mentally convert each digit to three or four bits.

You're limited to numbers in the range [-32768...32767] in binary. You can extend the range if you convert to octal or hexadecimal and then mentally convert each digit to three or four bits.

Dec 01, 2010 | Casio FX-115ES Scientific Calculator

Here you go:

**http://tinyurl.com/2dup7x**

How about 4 thumbs??

How about 4 thumbs??

Aug 13, 2010 | Computers & Internet

Hello desireejane,

One method is to do the following

public static long octalToDecimal(String octal) throws NumberFormatException {

// Initialize result to 0

long res = 0;

// Do not continue on an empty string

if (octal.isEmpty()) {

throw new NumberFormatException("Empty string is not an octal number");

}

// Consider each digit in the string

for (int i = 0; i < octal.length(); i++) {

// Get the nth char from the right (first = 0)

char n = octal.charAt(octal.length() - (i+1));

int f = (int) n - 48;

// Check if it's a valid bit

if (f < 0 || f > 7) {

// And if not, die horribly

throw new NumberFormatException("Not an octal number");

} else {

// Only add the value if it's a 1

res += f*Math.round(Math.pow(2.0, (3*i)));

}

}

return res;

}

One method is to do the following

- Convert the octal, hexadecimal or binary to decimal.
- Add or Subtract the decimal normally
- Convert the result back to octal, hexadecimal or binary.

**Convert the octal to decimal:**

public static long octalToDecimal(String octal) throws NumberFormatException {

// Initialize result to 0

long res = 0;

// Do not continue on an empty string

if (octal.isEmpty()) {

throw new NumberFormatException("Empty string is not an octal number");

}

// Consider each digit in the string

for (int i = 0; i < octal.length(); i++) {

// Get the nth char from the right (first = 0)

char n = octal.charAt(octal.length() - (i+1));

int f = (int) n - 48;

// Check if it's a valid bit

if (f < 0 || f > 7) {

// And if not, die horribly

throw new NumberFormatException("Not an octal number");

} else {

// Only add the value if it's a 1

res += f*Math.round(Math.pow(2.0, (3*i)));

}

}

return res;

}

Mar 24, 2009 | Sun Java Programming Language (cdj-275)

Hello,

In the FX300Ms manual, the same for the FX350MS, there is no way to use base-n (binary, octal, hexadecimal) calculations.

Sorry.

In the FX300Ms manual, the same for the FX350MS, there is no way to use base-n (binary, octal, hexadecimal) calculations.

Sorry.

Mar 06, 2009 | Casio FX-300MS Calculator

Hello,

In the FX-300Ms manual, the same for the FX-82MS, there is no way to use base-n (binary, octal, hexadecimal) calculations.

Sorry.

In the FX-300Ms manual, the same for the FX-82MS, there is no way to use base-n (binary, octal, hexadecimal) calculations.

Sorry.

Feb 22, 2009 | Casio FX-300MS Calculator

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