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How to write Hexadecimal numbers?

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What is the best way to write the value '7564' and make it clear to the reader that the number should be interpreted as a hexadecimal value?

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Hexadecimal numbers use the digits 0-9 in addition to A-F. So, there is no way to tell whether a number such as ...

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Just an explanation of how to write a number into hexadecimal format.

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