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what "# HexDigits "?

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I know the "0x HexDigits". but I don't know about "# HexDigits".
Pls give me some example to understand.

Thanks, Raghu.K
marc weber

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Originally posted by RAGU KANNAN:
I know the "0x HexDigits". but I don't know about "# HexDigits"...

Hexadecimal values are represented differently depending on the context. See Wikipedia - Hexadecimal for some examples.

Hexadecimal representation prefixed by # is used in HTML color designations. But in Java, hexadecimals are prefixed by 0x. So I would not expect to see # used on the exam.
[ August 17, 2006: Message edited by: marc weber ]

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Barry Gaunt
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We need more information. What's the context of this question? The Formatter class?

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