Convert numbers from Decimal (base 10) to Octal (base 8) number system.
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oct (octal systems
The Octal Number System is another computer and digital numbering system that uses the Base-8 system. Octal numerals can be made from binary numerals by grouping consecutive binary digits into groups of three (starting from the right).
Each group or set of bits in an octal, binary number has a unique value between 000 (0) and 111 (4+2+1 = 7), and the total amount of bits in an octal, binary number is divided into groups of three.
Including either a 0o prefix or an 8 suffix designates octal numerals.
Octal is base 8.
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Also known as Decimal number system. The base of the Decimal system is 10, there are 10 symbols, 0 to 9.
Alternatively referred to as base-10 and denary, Decimal is a numbering system comprised of the numerals 0 to 9
Decimal uses ten digits, Binary uses two digits, and hexadecimal uses sixteen digits.
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