Enter the origin and length as long integer constants in either decimal, **octal**, or hexadecimal (standard C syntax).

If it is an **octal** digit (from 0 to 7) there must be two more such digits.

The **octal** or hexadecimal representation of "] " can also be used to end a range.

Note the way that decimal and **octal** integers are read in by grammar rules.

Each character, in particular those which cannot be typed directly from the keyboard, can also be typed in three digit **octal** notation.

To introduce arbitrary characters into a string using **octal** or hexadecimal notation.

All numbers can be expressed in 6 formats: decimal, **octal**, hexadecimal, binary, with fixed point, or scientific.

**Octal** digits are ` 0 ' - ` 7 '.

In this class **octal** escapes must always begin with a zero.

These control flags are combined, using logical (bitwise) OR, with the **octal** permission modes to form the flags argument.

Looking at the chart of font 3, we see that the Angstrom symbol has **octal** code 305.

Two isolates were identified as being the widely virulent race **octal** 1677, last detected in 1986.

**Octal** and hex numbers may be specified as in C. The second argument specifies the radix for the result; the default is 10.