# How to convert Hexadecimal numbers to Binary equivalents

**How to convert Hexadecimal numbers to Binary equivalents**

*Queries:*

*a. 0x1347FEAB*
*b. 0xAB234102*
*c. 0x0123A2BE*
*d. 0x00001111*

*a. 0x1347FEAB*

Solution:

`00010011010001111111111010101011`

To arrive at the answer, first exclude the hexadecimal prefix “** 0x**” from

**to get**

*0x1347FEAB***. Remember these are still in hexadecimal format. To get the Binary version of the given Hex number, take each Hexadecimal character separately and convert it to its equivalent Binary of 4 bits.**

*1347FEAB*Below are the respective Binary equivalents of Hexadecimal numbers;

```
1 - 0001
2 - 0010
3 - 0011
4 - 0100
5 - 0101
6 - 0110
7 - 0111
8 - 1000
9 - 1001
A - 1010
B - 1011
C - 1100
D - 1101
E - 1110
F - 1111
```

From the above, let’s replace the Hexadecimal with the equivalent Binary;

`1347FEAB -> 0001 | 0011 | 0100 | 0111 | 1111 | 1110 | 1010 | 1011`

Now combining the Binary IP, we get; *00010011010001111111111010101011*

The same procedure was applied to arrive at the corresponding Binary equivalents for b, c and d!

**b. 0xAB234102**

Solution:

`10101011001000110100000100000010`

*c. 0x0123A2BE*

Solution:

`00000001001000111010001010111110`

*d. 0x00001111*

Solution:

`00000000000000000001000100010001`

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