Batch conversion from one number system to another
Batch conversion of a list of numbers from one positional number system with the specified base, to another with the specified base.
The calculator on this page provides a tool for converting numbers between different number systems. A number system is a way of representing numbers using symbols or digits. The most commonly used number system is the decimal system, also known as base-10, which uses 10 symbols, 0-9, to represent numbers.
The positional number system is a type of number system that assigns each digit in a number a value based on its position within the number. The base of the number system determines the number of symbols used to represent the numbers. For example, in the decimal system, the rightmost digit represents units, the next digit to the left represents tens, the next digit represents hundreds, and so on.
The calculator on this page allows you to enter a list of numbers, along with the base of the number system the numbers are currently in, and the target base of the number system you want to convert to. The calculator then performs the conversion, providing the result in the form of the numbers expressed in the target base.
Essentially, this calculator is a version of the Conversion between two positional numeral systems calculator for working with a list of numbers. Suppose you have a column of numbers in Excel in hexadecimal. Using this calculator, you can get that same column in decimal form by simply copying it into the "Source Numbers" field, and then copying the result back from the "Converted Numbers" field.