## Hexadecimal Arithmetic Calculator

### Result:

### Results in Different Bases:

### How to Use Hexadecimal Arithmetic Calculator?

This Hexadecimal Arithmetic Calculator allows you to perform basic arithmetic operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division) on hexadecimal numbers. Follow these steps to use the calculator effectively:

**Input Hexadecimal Numbers**:- In the first input field labeled
**“Hex 1,”**enter your first hexadecimal number. - In the second input field labeled
**“Hex 2,”**enter your second hexadecimal number. - Ensure that you only use valid hexadecimal characters (0-9, A-F, a-f). For example,
`1A`

,`2B`

,`FF`

are valid inputs, while`G5`

or`1.5`

are not.

- In the first input field labeled
**Select an Operation**:- Use the dropdown menu labeled
**“Select Operation”**to choose the arithmetic operation you want to perform:**Addition**: Adds the two hexadecimal numbers.**Subtraction**: Subtracts the second number from the first.**Multiplication**: Multiplies the two hexadecimal numbers.**Division**: Divides the first number by the second.

- Use the dropdown menu labeled
**Calculate**:- After entering the numbers and selecting an operation, click the
**“Calculate”**button. - The result will be displayed in hexadecimal format, and you will also see the equivalent values in decimal, binary, and octal formats.

- After entering the numbers and selecting an operation, click the
**View Results**:- The result will be shown in the designated area below the input fields.
- In addition to the hexadecimal result, you’ll see:
**Decimal**: The result converted to decimal format.**Binary**: The result in binary format.**Octal**: The result in octal format.

**Clear Inputs**:- If you want to perform a new calculation, you can click the
**“Clear”**button. - This will reset the input fields and clear the results, allowing you to start fresh.

- If you want to perform a new calculation, you can click the
**Error Handling**:- If you enter an invalid hexadecimal number, a message will be displayed prompting you to enter a valid input.
- If you try to divide by zero, an error message will notify you that division by zero is not allowed.

### Example Usage

**Addition**: If you enter`1A`

in Hex 1 and`2B`

in Hex 2, select “Addition,” and click “Calculate,” the result will be displayed in hexadecimal and other formats.**Subtraction**: For Hex 1 as`FF`

and Hex 2 as`1`

, selecting “Subtraction” will show the result of`FF - 1`

in all bases.**Division**: Inputting`A`

for Hex 1 and`2`

for Hex 2 will allow you to calculate`A / 2`

.