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About octal numbers

Eighth numbers represent numbers in octal notation.

In octadecimal numbers, the number is represented by "01234567" with 8 as the base.

An example of conversion in 8 base is as follows. For reference, an example of conversion between binary and hexadecimal numbers is also provided.

DecimalBinaryOctalHexadecimal
0000
1111
21022
711177
81000108
91001119
10101012A
15111117F
16100002010
17100012111

Also, numbers after the decimal point are converted as 8-1 (1/8), 8-2 (1/64), 8-3 (1/512), ... in hexadecimal numbers. If the number after the decimal point is not divisible by 8, it cannot be completely converted to hexadecimal and an error will occur. In that case, DenCode omits it by adding "..." at the end.

DecimalBinaryOctalHexadecimal
0.50.10.40.8
0.750.110.60.C
0.90.11100110011001...0.71463...0.e666...