I hope this helps.

Like EddieJ said plus:

0x is placed before hex numbers to indicate that it is a hex number and not just letters, like f.

Example:

0xff80

0x10db

0xea74

0xf or 0x000f or 0x0f all the same value of 15.

The number representing fifteen in decimal is F, and to show it is hexadecimal it is written in a program as 0xF (or 0xf).

Like EddieJ said plus:

0x is placed before hex numbers to indicate that it is a hex number and not just letters, like f.

Example:

0xff80

0x10db

0xea74

0xf or 0x000f or 0x0f all the same value of 15.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hexadecimal

Although this provides a lot of additional information that is probably not relevant to your actual question.

Base 10 integers normally start with a 1 to 9 as the first digit.

So answer is 0xF, you can also put any number of 0 between x and F, 0x0000000F means 0xF just as 000001 still means 1

I hope this helps.

Although this provides a lot of additional information that is probably not relevant to your actual question.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hexadecimal

The number representing fifteen in decimal is F, and to show it is hexadecimal it is written in a program as 0xF (or 0xf).

Hexadecimal numbers require 16 symbols. The first 10 are the same as in the decimal system, after which the first 6 letters are used.

Like EddieJ said plus:

0x is placed before hex numbers to indicate that it is a hex number and not just letters, like f.

Example:

0xff80

0x10db

0xea74

0xf or 0x000f or 0x0f all the same value of 15.

In decimal 10 is ten, in hex 10 is sixteen. But the question is, if there are only 10 digits, how do we represent all the digits after 9 The way we do this in hex is:

A for ten

B for eleven

C for twelve

D for thirteen

E for fourteen

and

F for fifteen

Adding one more you get sixteen which is 10.

In C/C you write 0x before a hex number to signify that its base hexadecimal, otherwise the compiler wouldnt know different between base ten 10 and base sixteen 10 which are different numbers.

Although this provides a lot of additional information that is probably not relevant to your actual question.

0x is placed before hex numbers to indicate that it is a hex number and not just letters, like f.

Example:

0xff80

0x10db

0xea74

0xf or 0x000f or 0x0f all the same value of 15.

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