# The Base Converter

Note: If you want to deal with hexadecimal numbers (base 16), add a '0X' (Zero, not O) in front of the number. Eg: "FF" becomes "0XFF"!Try not to use extremely large numbers unless your computer's speed is over 2000 mHz! The largest base you

**should**use is 40, which is quite large already. You can also use bases larger than 40 but sometimes they won't work...

To multiply a number in a certain base, just convert the numbers into base 10 first, then convert them back into the required base!

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