#### RESULTS

1 | Octal Number System |

2 | Conversion table |

3 | Octal to Hex converter |

If you are looking to convert data from octal format to hexadecimal, you have come to the right place. Our octal to hex converter converts the information from octal digits to hexadecimal symbols.

## Octal Number System

The octal numeral system or simply octal, is a base-8 numeral system and uses the digits 0 to 7 to encode data. Octal numerals can be made from binary numerals by grouping consecutive binary digits into groups of three (starting from the right).

Hexadecimal Number System

Hexadecimal or simply hex on the other hand, is a positional system with a base of 16. It employs 16 distinct symbols, the numbers `\(0-9\)` to characterize values zero to nine, and `\(\mathbf{A, B, C, D, E, F (or a, b, c, d, e, f)}\)` to characterize values ten to fifteen.

## Conversion table

### Example

Convert `\(536\)` from octal format to hex format

First, convert `\(536\)` into its binary equivalent. Doing so, we get:

`\((536)8 = (101) (011) (110) = (101011110)2 \)`

Now, let’s form the class of 4 binary bits to acquire its hexadecimal equivalent,

`\((101011110)2= (0001) (0101) (1110) = (15E) 16 \)`

So, the hex value of `\(536\)` is `\(\mathbf{15E}\)`.

## Octal to Hex converter

If you happen to be a bit fuzzy at math, just skip all that labor and use our free oct to hex converter instead. It does all the math stuff for you and unlike, human minds, doesn’t make mistakes.

There is no rocket science involved in using this converter. All you have to do is simply just, enter the octal number you want to convert into hex format, and press convert. That’s all. Easy Peasy!