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It is quite simple if you know the maths behind this. All these are just bases in which you can write your any number. For example, n = 9 can be written as 1001 in base 2(binary) and it is 9 in base 10(decimal). How am I writing 9 as … Read More

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The computer stores that integer as a series of bits and bytes, iow in base 2. It's only for our own convenience as humans who're used to thinking in base 10 that most programming environments use base 10 for inputing and outputing numerical data. To output in another base, most … Read More

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