## Octal to binary conversion method with example | Electronics Tutorial

In this post, we will learn the method used to convert a given integer octal number to its equivalent in the binary number system The octal number system has a base of 8 i.e....

## Relationship between decimal binary octal and hexadecimal number systems | Conversion table

The earlier posts covered the detailed procedure step by step for converting a given number from one number system to another with exams. The below table gives the equivalent numbers in the four number...

## Convert decimal fraction to hexadecimal fraction

In the earlier post we discussed the integer conversion of a given decimal number to its equivalent hexadecimal number. The method involved in the conversion of fractional decimal number to fraction hexadecimal number is...

## Convert decimal to hexadecimal number

In this post, we will go through the detailed steps for converting a given number from decimal number system to it equivalent in the hexadecimal number system. Here we will only concentrate on conversion...

## Convert decimal to octal number

In earlier post, we have seen the procedure for converting a given decimal number to its equivalent binary number. In this post, we will see the step-by-step procedure to convert given decimal number to...

## Decimal fraction to binary fraction conversion

Successive multiplication method is used to convert a given fractional decimal number to its equivalent binary fraction. In this method of conversion the fractional part of the given decimal number is multiplied by 2...

## Convert decimal to binary using division method

Division method is used to convert only integer part of a decimal number to its equivalent in binary number system. In this method the integer part of the decimal number is continuously divided until...

## Difference between binary and hexadecimal

Hexadecimal Numbers Binary Numbers Hexadecimal numbers make use of 16 symbols 0 to 9 and additional symbols (A, B, C, D, E, F). Hexadecimal numbers were introduced with the purpose to represent binary numbers...

## Difference between octal and decimal numbers

Octal Numbers Decimal Number Octal numbers are made up of 8 distinct symbols or digits from 0 to 7 ( 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7). Decimal numbers are made up of...