Hexadecimal Notation

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Hexadecimal Notation is an alphanumeric symbolic representation shorthand or symbolic system. It is the default standard used throughout Charted Space.

Description (Specifications)[edit]

In Hexadecimal Notation, the digits 0 through 9 are represented by the common arabic numbers: the digits 10 through 15 are represented by the letters A through F. The highest single digit in base 16 notation is 15 (F).

T5 Expanded Hexidecimal System[edit]

Note: The expanded system removes the letters "I" and "O" as they resemble numbers.

Expanded Hexidecimal System
# Symbol Remarks
0 0 None
1 1 None
2 2 None
3 3 None
4 4 None
5 5 None
6 6 None
7 7 None
8 8 None
9 9 None
10 A None
11 B None
12 C None
13 D None
14 E None
15 F None
16 G None
17 H None
18 J None
19 K None
20 L None
21 M None
22 N None
23 P None
24 Q None
25 R None
26 S None
27 T None
28 U None
29 V None
30 W None
31 X None
32 Y None
33 Z None

History & Background (Dossier)[edit]

Hexadecimal Notation has been part of Traveller since its earliest days in the late 1970's CE.

  • As of 2017 CE, T5, the latest version of Traveller from FFE now uses an expanded hexidecinal system.

References & Contributors (Sources)[edit]

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