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Hexadecimal to decimal and binary conversion in Java
This Java program will convert Hexadecimal number to decimal, binary and Octal in Java programming language using JDK standard API methods. For beginners hexadecimal is base 16 number, while decimal is base 10, Octal is base 8 and binary is base 2 numbers in Number systems. Binary only contains 0 and 1 bits, octal contains 0 to 7, decimal contains 0 to 9 and Hexadecimal contains 0-9,A,B,C,D,E,F where F represent 16. Thankfully Java library provides convenient method to convert any integer from one number system to another. In our last article we have seen How to convert decimal number to binary in Java and in this article we will convert Hexadecimal numbers to binary, octal and decimal numbers.If you are going for programming interviews, then its better to prepare How to do this exercise without using Java API as well, as interviewer commonly expect programmer to create there own method during interviews e.g. reversing String without using StringBuffer reverse() method.
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