Number Format converts *arbitrary precision* numbers
between hexadecimal, decimal, octal, binary, and two's
compliment. I started this when I was working on a floating
point library because I wanted to see the internal format of the
floating point numbers.

You use it by entering a number in the "in" input field. When you hit <enter>, it calculates and displays all the conversions. You tell the gui what base to use simply by adding the following (standard) base prefixes:

You use it by entering a number in the "in" input field. When you hit <enter>, it calculates and displays all the conversions. You tell the gui what base to use simply by adding the following (standard) base prefixes:

- 0x (hexadecimal)

- 0 (octal)

- 0b (binary)

- No prefix tells the gui to treat the number as decimal.

I provide pre-built executables. To run, just download the
correct executable for your system to any directory and make
sure the file permissions on your copy allow execution.