## Java Hexadecimal to Binary ConversionIn programming, converting one type to/ from a type is a crucial task. Sometimes we require, conversion from one type to another type. In the Java conversion section, we have discoed various types of conversions. In this section, we can discuss ## Hexadecimal NumberAs the name suggests ## Hexadecimal to Binary ConversionIn order to convert any hexadecimal number to its binary equivalent, we must follow the steps given below: - First, convert each hex digit to its 4-bit binary equivalent
- Combine all the 4-bit binary equivalent
The following table describes the hexadecimal number and corresponding binary equivalent.
Let's understand it through an example. ## ExampleSuppose, we have to convert Let's take a look at the table given below, which shows us the conversion of the above hexadecimal number to its binary equivalent.
From the above figure, we have four 4-bit binary equivalents, the first one is 1010, the second one is 1111, the third one is 1011, and the fourth one is 0010. On combining all four 4-bit binary numbers, we get ## Java Program to Convert Binary to Hexadecimal
Enter the number: ab6da Binary Value is: 10101011011011011010 Let's see another approach. ## Using Switch Case
Enter the Hexadecimal Number: 2da Equivalent Binary Value = 001011011010 Let's see another approach. In this approach, first, we have initialized a constant LONG_BITS as 8. It defines the 8-bit long binary number. After that, we have defined a method conversion(). In this method, we have invoked
The method accepts a string that contains the integer representation to be parsed and a radix (to be used while parsing s). It returns the integer represented by the string argument in the specified radix. It throws Another method that we have invoked is Integer
The method accepts an integer to be converted to a string. It returns a string representation of the integer argument as an unsigned integer in base 2.
11 = 00010001 AD = 10101101 F4 = 11110100 BA = 10111010 AA = 10101010 AA = 10101010 13 = 00010011 01 = 00000001 02 = 00000010 03 = 00000011 |

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