In mathematics number systems, Bases are used to represent the same numbers in a different way using numbers or combination of numbers and alphabets. For example, 23 from Base10 (accepts 0-9) will be represented as 10111 in Base2 (accepts 0 and 1). We(Humans) use Base10 or Decimal as a common number system since it accepts 0-9. But there are different bases as well which are accepted by various devices. Most popular bases are Base2 (Binary), Base8 (Octal), Base10 (Decimal) and Base16 (Hexadecimal)

Using this converter, you can convert number into other bases upto Base36.

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Here is the step by step conversion from

Prerequisite List and allowed numbers with equivalent decimal sequence

Decimal value

Decimal value

Step 1 Convert into Base10 (Decimal)

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Input Output
Base 10 or Decimal value (Sum)

Step 2 Devide Base10 (Decimal) by radix() until gets quotient as 0 and map remainder decimal value into corresponding value using the mapping table

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Value Quotient Remainder

Step 3 Result (From the above table, get the base mapping in the reverse order)

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