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11001100 decimal number?

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You can convert this in a number different of ways, all giving the same result if applied properly. However people from the olden days that still used 8-bit computers often used following:

1.Split the binary number in groups of four digits, adding leading zeros if necessary. 11001100 => (1100) (1100).
2. Given the individual bits have values 8, 4, 2, 1 when set, convert the groups individually 1100 = 8+4 = 12. In your case, both groups have the same value,
3. Multiply the value for the left group by 16 and add the right group's value:12 * 16 + 12 = 192 + 12 = 204.
It helps if you know the multiples 1*16, 2*16, ...., 15*16 by heart.

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