# Decimal to HEX Converter

A Decimal to HEX (Hexadecimal) Converter is a tool that translates decimal numbers into their hexadecimal equivalents. Decimal numbers are the standard numerical system for humans, based on ten distinct digits (0 through 9), which is why it's called "base-10." On the other hand, the hexadecimal system is based on 16 distinct symbols: 0-9 to represent values zero to nine, and A-F (or a-f) to represent values ten to fifteen. Hexadecimal is often used in computing as a more human-friendly representation of binary-coded values.

For example, the decimal number 255 in hexadecimal is represented as FF. The conversion process involves dividing the decimal number by 16 and keeping track of the remainders, which correspond to the hexadecimal digits. This process is repeated until the quotient is zero. The hexadecimal representation is formed by concatenating the remainders, starting from the last to the first obtained in the division process.

This kind of conversion is frequently used in computer science and engineering, especially in contexts related to computer memory addressing, color codes in web design (e.g., #FFFFFF for white), and low-level programming, where data is often manipulated in hexadecimal format for clarity and conciseness.