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HEX,BIN,DEZ with Classpad? HOW?

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#1 Oxinetex



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Posted 29 January 2004 - 08:45 AM

i want calculate dez to hex, hex to dez, bin to hex...

But how can i do this with my class pad 300?


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Posted 29 January 2004 - 02:59 PM

There are several programs to do this, the ClassPad itself cannot it. (Maybe in an later OS version).

My Program: NumConv
the parameters are: inBase, inNum, outBase
to convert "A0" from hex to dec: 16,"A0",10
or "10001" form bin to hex: 2,"10001",16
or "DF" form hex to oct: 16,"DF",8
(You can use bases from 2 to 62)

You may add the following line at the program's end (below Print t2) to store the output in a:

Overlord and CrimsonCasio have written programs too, just ask.

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Posted 29 January 2004 - 04:34 PM

I havent done this kind of program but I think betoe has, you might want to check www.classpad.org

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Posted 29 January 2004 - 09:35 PM

Yes i do that program, i dont remember well the name but i think its "16 bit converter". The only bad thing is that input a HEX number was a beta test, and i never finish it, so the in the program you can input a HEX number in 2 ways, pressing in the main menu the numbers 1 and 5 (different options), and are slow ;) . Maybe i will do it well some day, or if someone do it better, add/quit some code then send me the code :).

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