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anonymous

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When converting decimals to hexadecimals. Why is it that after the cycle repeats itself again, converters give off a C?

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  1. anonymous
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    For example .17 its .2B851E then it repeats again but converters to stop this they put a C instead of an E which would look like .2B851C

  2. anonymous
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    Why is it that the E is replaced by the C?

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