8-Bit Hex Decoder.

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  1. Kirby McSpic

    Kirby McSpic New Member

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    Are there any? If so, where can I get one?
     
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    I got one for my TI-83 calculator... just do a search on google for it. Otherwise, I've used plenty for both PC and Mac... sorry I can't remember the names or where I got them, but if you search, you will definitely find something.
     
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    You mean something that will convert hex to binary? It's pretty simple to do by hand (for short blocks of hex), so it would be easy to write something for. Or, there are many online ones.
     
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    If you just want to convert hex to another base you can use windows calculator in scientific mode(go to view/scientific).
     
  5. Kirby McSpic

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    I've been trying to figure out what this is.

    00000F60 00000382 00008B27 00008219 0003A078 00002882 00009161 00009105 00022F63 0002441A
     
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    Doesn't seem to mean much in ASCII :dunno:
     

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