# Octal to HEX

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## 1. How to Convert an Octal Number to a HEX Number

Converting numbers into HEX isn't complicated, initially. But converting HEX back into an octal number? That's a little more complicated than you might think. A HEX number goes from the 0x prefix, to simply just a bunch of numbers and letters. As far as numbers go, it is eight groups of digits forward-facing from the left edge to right edge. Let's take an octal number as an example:

36 = 22 (octal)

16 limits your letter decoding to a total of 7' 3 of each character. Totally satisfying, and nothing all that complicated looking to do once you have 3 groups of digits in your mind, but what happens when you have 8 groups of digits? Thankfully, the number 36 can be converted to a hex number with an easy count.

36 = 26 (hex)

26 is a total of 8 groups of digits, going from 0 to 7 eight times in ascending zeros.

## 2. More Conversion Symbols For Octal to Hex Converter

Cosmetic and Fashion Industries are using conversion symbols to avoid confusion and difficulties when printing. The octal results will always show the numeral in base 8 and the hex result will provide it in base 16.

Why is this important? Well, if you want to convert 26 to 6, 26 in base 8 will be 0101, and 26 in base 16 will be 1A. So there's no confusion between the two, but without the conversion symbols, the entire printing process can become very confusing to the end user.

By using this online decoder, people will be able to convert octal convergence into hex conversions for most common data types, like hexadecimal to decimal, octal to decimal, recognizing if an octal numeral has a leading zero, and decoding binary and octal-based number formats.

## 3. Octal and Hex Numbers With Everyone-Friendly Rounding Numbers

People think octal means a sequence of digits with several segments that represent the overall number (e.g., 1500), whereas hex is a single number that uses 16 separate digits to represent the number (0022).

You can convert a decimal number to an octal or a hexadecimal number to an octal.

So, you can either convert numbers from decimal to octal and octal to decimal, or you can use decimal numbers by dividing or multiplying by 16.

A simple way to do it is by using the decimal numbers DIVIDED by 16 and then added with 16.

A solution for converting a decimal number to an octal is:

For example, to convert 42 to octal: 42 ÷ 16 + 16 = 5 = 033.

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