How to type a number to a base

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Talk' started by STAN1ZX, Nov 21, 2007.

  1. STAN1ZX

    STAN1ZX Guest

    Hello All.
    I am using a laptop with Vista Home.

    I need to express numbers to different bases.
    such as
    16 decimal as 16 sub 10
    1010 binary as 1010 sub 2
    101 111 octal as 101 111 sub 8
    49 hex as 49 sub 16
    I looked in the character map, but did not find any suitable\
    characters there, or I might have missed it. can anyone help?
    Thanks
    Stan
     
    STAN1ZX, Nov 21, 2007
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  2. STAN1ZX

    Val Guest

    That's not a feature of an OS. What program are you doing this in? Check
    the help for that program for how to subscript selected text.

    For further help, please post to a relevant newsgroup.



    Hello All.
    I am using a laptop with Vista Home.

    I need to express numbers to different bases.
    such as
    16 decimal as 16 sub 10
    1010 binary as 1010 sub 2
    101 111 octal as 101 111 sub 8
    49 hex as 49 sub 16
    I looked in the character map, but did not find any suitable\
    characters there, or I might have missed it. can anyone help?
    Thanks
    Stan
     
    Val, Nov 21, 2007
    #2
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