BIN2HEX Function in Excel – Convert Binary to Hexadecimal in Excel

BIN2HEX Function in Excel converts Binary number to a Hexadecimal number.

Syntax of BIN2HEX Function in Excel (BINARY TO HEXADECIMAL FUNCTION IN EXCEL):

BIN2HEX(number,[places])

Where

  • number – The binary number that is to be converted to a Hexadecimal.
  • [places] –  An optional argument that specifies how many digits needs to be returned.

 

Example of BIN2HEX Function in Excel (BINARY TO HEXADECIMAL FUNCTION IN EXCEL):

Formula:

BIN2HEX Function in Excel 1

  • The supplied binary value should not have more than 10 character
  • In row number 4, BIN2HEX Function takes up [places] argument as 6 which returns the 6 digits with 4 preceding Zeros i.e. 000015.

Result:

BIN2HEX Function in Excel 2

Note:

#NUM! – Error occurs if the supplied number argument is not recognized as a binary number, or contains more than 10 characters.

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