A Level Computer Science: Hexadecimal
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Compatible with the following examination boards
Hexadecimal (or hex) is a system with base 16. Each nibble (a group of 4 bits) can be represented with 1 digit in hexadecimal system. It is very convenient to write in numbers in hex when compared to a binary system. It is helpful for programmers coding in low-level languages. Instead of 4 bits, it is enough if they type a single character.
This A Level Computer Science module introduces hexadecimal to your students, explaining:
- Hexadecimal numbers and its representation
- How to convert binary and denary numbers to their hexadecimal equivalents and vice versa?
- What are the applications of the hexadecimal number system?
More Data types, data structures and algorithms Modules
Hexadecimal is one lesson in our Data types, data structures and algorithms module. The other theory lessons can be found below: