Base converter with fractions?

01222017, 03:13 PM
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RE: Base converter with fractions?
Hello Joe,
I have not written a program, but it is not so difficult to get pi in hexadecimal form, with digits after the point. In Home settings choose 64 for number of bits. Then multiply pi with 16^8, and subsequently divide it by 16^8. Multiplying gives:13493037704.5 ROUND(13493037704.5,0)= 13493037705 R→B(13493037705)=#3243F6A89h Dividing this by 16^8 is equivalent to moving the point by 8 positions, which gives: #3.243F6A89h 

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