[APP][2.1+][FREE] HDBHelper: Calculate in Hex, Decimal and Binary - All at once!
HDB stands for Hex, Decimal and Binary. And the App does what it sounds like: Display and Caluclate in Hex, Dec and Bin!
You can choose your Bitlength, also if the value is signed or unsigned. You can easily switch between the Settings and see how the value changes.
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- Bit Length: 8bit, 16bit, 32bit
- Signed, Unsigned
- Type in Bin, Dec, Hex
- Byte Endianness (Little Endian, Big Endian, Reverse Little Endian (DIP)
- Arithmetic operations: addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, modulu
- Bit operations: shifting, rolling, NOT, AND, OR, XOR, XNOR
- Three layouts: Simple, Advanced and Display
- Languages: English and German
- Long Press "Del/Clr" to Clear
- Long Press "-" to enter Negative Value
- Supporting Devices from very small (ldpi) to big (xhdpi) and Tablets with Android 3.2+ in portrait and landscape
- Display 8 Bit Values in ASCII
- Toggle Bits by tapping
- Copy to Clipboard (Bin, Dec, Hex, or all at once)
You can get the App for free in the Google Play Store. I am very happy to hear your oppinion! And if you have some feature wishes, even better
Use your Hardware Keyboard to enter the following Keys 0-9, A-F, +-*/=
If your app is English, a standard qwerty Keyboard is assumed. In German a qwertz Keyboard Layout is assumed
You want another Keyboard supported? Write me an eMail!
- Minus Button shows now long Press action
- You can now long press Minus with the current value 0 to enter a negative value
- New Icon
- 7 Inch Advanced Layout Portrait Glitch fixed
v1.6.0 (19 Downloads at XDA)
- Simulate Endianess errors. Example: Sender has Big Endianess, receiver has Little Endianess
- Menu Layout improved
- In some cases multiple Equations calculated in a row were leading to wrong results
- Bin & Hex divide did not work for 16bit
- Copy to Clipboard (Bin, Dec, Hex, or all three at once)
- Choose Endianness (Big Endian, Little Endian, Reverse Little Endian (DIP)
- If Signed is active you can not enter in Hex a Value Bigger than 0x7F / 0x7FFF / 0x7FFFFFFF
- ASCII Value displayed more beautiful
v1.4.0 (110 Downloads at XDA)
- New Layout: Displays only the Value, no calculation possible. Binary Bits are bigger and easier to toggle.
- 8 Bit Values can be displayed as ASCII
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Awesome app, with a simple layout, I work in PC firmware and often need to convert between hex, decimal, and binary so I've been searching for this for a long time.
I've found a bug, though. When I am in hex, 8bit mode, I'm unable to enter values > 0x7F. I get a toast message saying "Value rejected, is bigger than Bit length allows. Same general principle applies to hex, 16bit mode; I can't enter values > 0x7FF.
I'd love to see more bases supported like base 12 or base 20
(or theoretically support for all base systems with brackets for each digit if it is larger than 10)
in a future release
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