In the previous posts, we have seen the importance of binary and hexadecimal numbers. We have also seen the importance of binary and hexadecimal numbers.
We have already studied the octal number system and hexadecimal number system and worked on few solved examples to understand the representation of octal numbers and the representation of hexadecimal numbers.
Convert decimal to binary using successive division method by following the steps below as illustrated in Example 1.
Decimal to octal conversion can be performed using multiple methods. Some methods are more widely used than the others.
In earlier post, we have seen the procedure for converting a given decimal number to its equivalent binary number.
In this post, we will go through the detailed steps for converting a given number from decimal to hexadecimal. Here we will only concentrate on conversion of integer decimal number and steps to convert fractional decimal to hexadecimal will be discussed in a separate post.
In this post, we will learn the method used to convert a given integer octal to binary number
The fundamental difference between analog and digital circuits is the type of inputs these circuits take in and the type of output signals these circuits operate on to generate the final output.
Analog circuits operate or work with continuous-valued signals or continuously varying signals, and these signals are commonly referred to as analog signals. Example of an analog signal is sound, light, etc.