Hexadecimal to decimal conversion tool.
A decimal number is a base-10 number that includes 0 to 9. A hexadecimal number is a base-16 number that includes 0 to 9 along with A to F. Since hexadecimal is a base-16 number, to perform hexadecimal conversion multiply each number with the power of 16. Consider the following example for the hex to numbers:
16(16) = 1×161+6×160
Consider this example to understand hex to decimal conversion for a number with the alphabet letters A to F.
6A(16) = 6×161+10×160