Text to Hexadecimal: Encode and Convert Text to Hex
Computers store text as numbers, and with hex you display the numbers not as a decimal number, but in base 16. Hex or base 16 or hexadecimal is a numeral system that uses 16 symbols. The symbols include 0-9 and a-f (sometimes A-F). An example of a hexadecimal number is 3BF2. Computer science applications can use hexadecimal for binary coding in computing and digital electronics. The primary use of hex is a more people friendly way to represent the value. Use this tool to convert text to hexadecimal format.
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