How to convert a number to hex number?
rrr at ronadam.com
Thu Nov 10 02:56:38 CET 2005
Klaus Alexander Seistrup wrote:
> Ron Adam wrote:
>>I just happen to have been playing around with converting bases
>>the last couple of days. (idonowhy) ;-)
>>Oh yeah, I was thinking of using base62 to generate non-repeating
>>id strings and wanted to try it out.
> Shameless plug:
> Have a look at my bconv at <http://magnetic-ink.dk/14>. While it
> doesn't handle base 62, it handles bases 2..36 neatly.
I took a look, underneath it's pretty much the same as the routines we
In any case it doesn't address the issue Bengt was refering to either,
for which I agree could be improved in Python. For example my hp
calculator displays base two's compliment for negative binary, octs, and
hex numbers, and displays -value for decimal numbers. I think this is
what he wants along with a prefix to indicate the base.
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