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In Linux (and computer systems in general), hex or octal numbers are preferred to decimal numbers, as **[...]** numbers can easily be converted to/from hex and octal (but no so for decimal)

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binary

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In Linux (and computer systems in general), hex or octal numbers are preferred to decimal numbers, as **[...]** numbers can easily be converted to/from hex and octal (but no so for decimal)

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In Linux (and computer systems in general), hex or octal numbers are preferred to decimal numbers, as **[...]** numbers can easily be converted to/from hex and octal (but no so for decimal)

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binary

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**2. Computing Sub-basics**

possible combinations and can therefore be easily represented by one of the 16 hex digits. A 3-digit binary number has possible combinations and can thus be represented by a single octal digit. <span>Hence, a binary number can be represented with hex or octal digits without much calculation, as shown in Table 2.1. A binary number 01001011 can be represented in hex as 4B and in octal as 113 by simply separating the binary digits into groups of four or three, respectively. I

possible combinations and can therefore be easily represented by one of the 16 hex digits. A 3-digit binary number has possible combinations and can thus be represented by a single octal digit. <span>Hence, a binary number can be represented with hex or octal digits without much calculation, as shown in Table 2.1. A binary number 01001011 can be represented in hex as 4B and in octal as 113 by simply separating the binary digits into groups of four or three, respectively. I

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