OCR A’LEVEL SLR13 Hexadecimal Representation Large binary number sequences become difficult to manage, so we often use hexadecimal, the base sixteen number system to represent nibbles of data in one symbol. This video takes a look at this number system. Also in this topic... OCR A’LEVEL SLR13 Primitive Data Types OCR A’LEVEL SLR13 Binary Positive Integers OCR A’LEVEL SLR13 Sign and Magnitude OCR A’LEVEL SLR13 Two’s Complement OCR A’LEVEL SLR13 Binary Addition and Subtraction OCR A’LEVEL SLR13 Converting between Binary, Hex and Denary OCR A’LEVEL SLR13 Floating point binary – Part 1 OCR A’LEVEL SLR13 Floating point binary – part 2 (normalisation) OCR A’LEVEL SLR13 Representation and normalisation of floating point numbers in binary OCR A’LEVEL SLR13 Floating point arithmetic OCR A’LEVEL SLR13 Character Sets OCR A’LEVEL SLR13 Bitwise manipulation and masks