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Englisch - Englisch
To put a hex on
An evil spell or curse
A short form of hexadecimal
A spell (now rare but still found in compounds such as hex sign and hexcraft)
A witch
Hexadecimal system
{i} spell, charm
of or pertaining to a number system having 16 as its base
A prefix or combining form, used to denote six, sixth, etc
an evil spell; "a witch put a curse on his whole family"; "he put the whammy on me" cast a spell over someone or something; put a hex on someone or something
an evil spell; "a witch put a curse on his whole family"; "he put the whammy on me"
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A system of numbers that many trackers use so that higher numbers may be fit into less digits This system counts from 0 to 9 like the normal system, but then counts from A to F before looping over to 10
cast a spell over someone or something; put a hex on someone or something
Hexadecimal notation - a base-16 number system, where a=10, b=11, c=12, d=13, e=14, f=15 Written as 00h, $00 or 0016 Eg 10h = 16, 2Fh=47 (2*16+15), 123h=291 (1*162+2*16+3)
Short for hexadecimal Hex is a base 16 number system For the easy way out see COLORS
Short for hexadecimal A number system with a base of 16, designated by 10 digits and six letters In hexadecimal notation, the decimal numbers 0 through 15 are represented by the decimal digits 0 through 9 and the letters A through F A=decimal 10, B=decimal 11, and so forth
Short for base 16 or hexadecimal The word root "hex" has come to be associated with the number 6, as in hexagon The numbers past 9 are written with letters, so 0xa is 10 See bases for details
Counting by base 16 instead of base 10 using the decimal digits 0 to 9 and the letters A to F
Hexadecimal - "Hex" is a prefix signifying 6 and "decimal" is a suffix signifying 10 Hexadecimal numbers follow a base 16 number system The base 10, or decimal number system is used by people
HEXadecimal The format of colours on the web Where you want to make the page background white you use '#FFFFFF' Hex codes are 3 groups of two numbers, which in turn signify the amount of Red, Green and Blue in the colour, (that's where the term RGB comes in) The range is 0 to 9 pus A to F 0 means none and F means full It took me a while to figure this out - but now we all know
Hexagon; a six-sided figure
Hexagonal. Used of hardware. an evil curse that brings trouble
Hexadecimal; a numerical system based on 16 digits The lower digits are 0 through 9 The higher digits are A through F On the Web, six-digit HEX numbers are used to specify (among other things) rgb color values The first two places represent red, next 2 = green, last 2 = blue For example, color="FF0000" would call for rgb 255,0,0 which is pure red For more info see http: //www davesite com/webstation/html/hexchart shtml or for an rgb to HEX converter, see http: //www public iastate edu/~cschan/rgb html For a HEX color sampler see http: //www albany net/~hfrankel/colorhex htm
Abbreviation for hexadecimal
as, hexatomic, hexabasic
{f} cast a spell, perform magic, bewitch
A number system having a base of 16
A base-16 numbering system using 10 digits (0 through 9) and six letters (A through F) Used in the computer world as a shorthand way to write binary numbers, by substituting one hex digit for a four-digit binary number (for example, hex 9 binary 1001)
A unit of territory on the map   Also referred to as a sector or space on the map
Short for hexadecimal Hex is a base 16 number system For more information, see the hexadecimal part of the tutorial
aka hexadecimalThe base 16 numbering system, sometimes used as a short way of representing binary numbers The digits 0-9 are used, plus the letters A-F which stand for numbers 10 to 15 The farthest-right digit is the ones place; the digit next to the left is the 16s place; the next place to the left is 16^2 = 256, etc Each place is 16 times the place immediately to the right of it
hex head bolt
A bolt with a hexagonal head
hex head bolts
plural form of hex head bolt
hex head screw
A screw with a hexagonal head
hex head screws
plural form of hex head screw
hex head wrench
A screwdriver whose handle and hexagonal head are at right angles
hex head wrenches
plural form of hex head wrench
hex key
A hex head wrench
hex keys
plural form of hex key
hex sign
A protective symbol used in Heathenry comprising of a six petaled flower or star set within a circle
hex nut
a nut with a hexagonal shape
hex sign
Any of various painted round signs incorporating designs, such as stylized stars, rosettes, or wheels, thought to be magical. These signs were painted on barns, especially by the Pennsylvania Dutch, to ward off misfortune or evil spells
hex wrench
(Otomotiv) An L-shaped tool that works like a screwdriver, designed to remove screws with hexagonal holes in their heads. They are sometimes called hex wrenches
{i} pertaining to a numbering system which uses 16 as the base (as opposed to 10)
Cursed; bad luck
Simple past tense and past participle of hex
(usually used colloquially) causing or accompanied by misfortune
past of hex
plural of hex
third-person singular of hex
present participle of hex
Türkisch - Englisch
(Diş Hekimliği) hex