There are 16 characters, therefore:

F1A9 ≙ 15 * 16³ + 1 * 16² + 10 * 16¹ + 9 * 16⁰ = 61865

With this information and the ASCII table, ASCII strings can be converted into any number system. See this example, using the term “Digital”:

„D“ corresponds to the decimal value of 68 in the ASCII table, therefore:

68 = 1 * 2⁶ + 1 * 2² ≙ 1000100

68 = 4 * 16¹ + 4 * 16⁰ ≙ 44

“i” corresponds to the decimal value of 105, therefore:

105 = 1 * 2⁶ + 1 * 2⁵ + 1 * 2³ + 1 * 2⁰ ≙ 1101001

105 = 6 * 16¹ + 9 * 16⁰ ≙ 69

“g” corresponds to the decimal value 103, therefore:

103 = 1 * 2⁶ + 1 * 2⁵ + 1 * 2² + 1 * 2¹ + 1 * 2⁰ ≙ 1100111

103 = 6 * 16¹ + 7 * 16⁰ ≙ 67

“i” corresponds to the decimal value of 105, therefore:

105 = 1 * 2⁶ + 1 * 2⁵ + 1 * 2³ + 1 * 2⁰ ≙ 1101001

105 = 6 * 16¹ + 9 * 16⁰ ≙ 69

“t” corresponds to the decimal 1106, therefore:

116 = 1 * 2⁶ + 1 * 2⁵ + 1 * 2⁴ + 1 * 2² ≙ 1110100

116 = 7 * 16¹ + 4 * 16⁰ ≙ 74

“a” corresponds to the decimal value 97, therefore:

97 = 1 * 2⁶ + 1 * 2⁵ + 1 * 2⁰ ≙ 1100001

97 = 6 * 16¹ + 1 * 16⁰ ≙ 61

“l” corresponds to the decimal value 108, therefore:

108 = 1 * 2⁶ + 1* 2⁵ + 1 * 2³ + 1 * 2² ≙ 1101100

108 = 6 * 16¹ + 12 * 16⁰ ≙ 6C

Accordingly, the example word can be represented as such: