1. ## Hex values

101101010010110110 1011010101101101010110
101011101010010111 1011010001110101100110
111010101101101110 0101010101010101110010
100100110110111010 0010011011100011110101
100101101010101010 0101110101001000110110
011010101101101011 1010111101101000110011
101101010010110110 10110101011
101011101010010111 101101000
111010101101101110 0101010
100100110110111010 00100
100101101010101010 01

Not to sure of the hex values. I could either be recieving bullshit or answers to twenty of my problems. Immaculate Immaculate.

2. ## Re: Hex values

In a sense. I just noticed it was too short of a response from it. I don't think the hex values have any numeric representation. So much for my welcoming scheme.

shut up

4. ## Re: Hex values

Just left statistics. I am doing no more math.

ha

6. ## Re: Hex values

1010011 = homo

7. ## Re: Hex values

i have no clue what that's about, are you looking for a pattern or something.
"watch out for Haiti bitches, I heard they throw hex" Ghost

8. ## Re: Hex values

200 + 2 + 3 = 7

9. ## Re: Hex values

200+2+3=205 2+5=7

It's a wonder how I'm failing my elementary algebra, i'm a math wizard

10. ## Re: Hex values

Originally Posted by Black Hole

101101010010110110 1011010101101101010110
101011101010010111 1011010001110101100110
111010101101101110 0101010101010101110010
100100110110111010 0010011011100011110101
100101101010101010 0101110101001000110110
011010101101101011 1010111101101000110011
101101010010110110 10110101011
101011101010010111 101101000
111010101101101110 0101010
100100110110111010 00100
100101101010101010 01

Not to sure of the hex values. I could either be recieving bullshit or answers to twenty of my problems. Immaculate Immaculate.
What are you trying to do? And were did you get that from. You can turn Hex to binary and binary back to hex. Depending where you got that from, cause that's raw data.
It could be Memory (usually that's in Hex) base 16
Raw data on the network (on the media or cable depending what type of cabling you are usijng)

Here you can use Hex, Oct or other base calculations to get to the value even ASCII (alphabetical characters)
There is 1's Compliment and 2's Compliment
You know 8 bits is a byte and one byte represents one alphabetical character.
01 - 1
10 - 2
and so on, but with RAM its that's not conventional , extended or higher mem area (practical DOS) you are going to be working with Hex, just like when look at the HDD data (most is in hex-kind of makes large volumes of data more comprehensible, for that you need a third party utility, diskview and things)
Its like when iam working in BIOS, the MBR, DBR, and FAT first sectors and cylinders when you are in there you have to know what your doing)main you'll be there to restore it of back it up. You have to make sure that you are able to reinstall your BIOS if you mess up thing in there. But lets go back to the basics.

Peace
PS: With more information you provide then its easier to get help.

11. ## Re: Hex values

101101010010110110 1011010101101101010110
101011101010010111 1011010001110101100110
111010101101101110 0101010101010101110010
100100110110111010 0010011011100011110101
100101101010101010 0101110101001000110110
011010101101101011 1010111101101000110011
101101010010110110 10110101011
101011101010010111 101101000
111010101101101110 0101010
100100110110111010 00100
100101101010101010 01

12. Originally Posted by 7EL7
101101010010110110 1011010101101101010110
101011101010010111 1011010001110101100110
111010101101101110 0101010101010101110010
100100110110111010 0010011011100011110101
100101101010101010 0101110101001000110110
011010101101101011 1010111101101000110011
101101010010110110 10110101011
101011101010010111 101101000
111010101101101110 0101010
100100110110111010 00100
100101101010101010 01