• It can be loaded using an assembler or using the simple hexadecimal loader listed in table three.

• The last 6 hexadecimal digits comprise the interface serial number, or another value administered by the specific vendor.

• They take numbers as decimal unless starting with 0x (or 0X ), meaning hexadecimal; a leading zero does not mean octal.

• Colors for web pages are given as 6 digit hexadecimal (normally just referred to as " Hex ") numbers.

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

• All values in a trace are either hexadecimal integers or strings.

• You could use any other color, hexadecimal or RGB value, or some other style such as "dotted" or "dash." You can see examples of each variation on the Border Codes page.

• The numbers refer to hexadecimal colors which are codes for the shades used in websites and blogs.

• Another option to generate color on your website is to create a tag using the color name rather than the hexadecimal color code.

• So to write the decimal number "10" in hexadecimal notation, it would be "A".

• This changes the way colors are represented in HTML - instead of writing "0, 100, 0" for that dark green color, for example, it would actually be written 00, 64, 00 for the hexadecimal values of each shade.

• By using hexadecimal notation, this can be exact regardless of the screen calibration or even color blindness of the people working on it.

• However, by using the hexadecimal system, which included the digits 0-9 plus the letters A-F, they could use each pair of digits to indicate up to 256 shades.

• You don't actually have to use hexadecimal in current programming.

• Not only does it show the names, it also shows the hexadecimal code, an example of what the color looks like on your screen, as well as links for shads and mixing of the color with other codes.

• Most web and graphic design programs allow you to pick any shade you like from a spectrum and then translate it into a hexadecimal color.

• This provides you not only with the basic colors but also with complementary color palettes listed both by shade and hexadecimal code.

• It starts with a base color, which can be set via eyedropper tool, RGB values, or hexadecimal code.

• In hexadecimal, the number after 9 is A, which only takes up one digit.