Hexadecimal integer constant, also known as base 16 constant. it is from combination of following hexadecimal digits: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, a/A, b/B, c/C, d/D, e/E, f/F

### Description

`` 0xA12F``

### Output

Compatible programing languages:
C | Visual C++ .NET | C++ | C# | Java | JavaScript | PHP

### Example

Hexadecimal literal the possible of use:
``````x = 0x1234;       // x = 4660
y = 4 * 0xff;     // y = 1020
if (x>0xabc)
y = x / 0xa;    // y = 466``````

### Example

Other pieces of example codes:
`i / 0xab`
`0x01 | 0x02`
`0x12AB << j`
`0xA >> 2`
`0xabcd & k`
`0xff | k`

### Description

`` \$A12F``

### Output

Compatible programing languages:
Pascal | Object Pascal | Free Pascal

### Object Pascal

Hexadecimal literal the possible of use:
``````x := \$1234;       // x = 4660
y := 4 * \$ff;     // y = 1020
if x>\$abc then
y := x / \$a;    // y = 466``````

### Object Pascal

Other pieces of example codes:
`\$ff or k`
`\$1A xor \$1A`
`\$AC xor k`
`\$ff >= y`
`\$f and \$ff`
`\$A shr 2`

### Description

`` &HA12F``

### Output

Compatible programing languages:
Basic | FreeBASIC | Visual Basic .NET

### Basic

Hexadecimal literal the possible of use:
``````x = &H1234       ' x = 4660
y = 4 * &Hff     ' y = 1020
if x>&Habc then
y = x / &Ha    ' y = 466
end if
``````

### Basic

Other pieces of example codes:
`&Hff mod 50`
`&Habcd and k`
`&Hff >= y`
`not&Habcd`
`&HAF`
`i * &HFF`

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