Can anyone give me an idea how to convert an int or decimal number into hexadecimal? I know how to do it for binary by dividing by 2 and using the modulus % operator, but how do you take into account a b c d e f if the integer is greater than 9? any ideas would greatly be appreciated.

thanks guys, now for the challenge, how would i convert an int to hexadecimal, using recursion, in other words write a recursive function, i know how to do it for base 2, but how do you accomdate for the letters a-f if the digits are greater than 9?

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