Ox30 is the Hexadecimal code of zero 0⃣. 0/0 is indeterminate. However if you take Hexadecimal code the ratio becomes 1.Why ? | Sololearn: Learn to code for FREE!
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Ox30 is the Hexadecimal code of zero 0⃣. 0/0 is indeterminate. However if you take Hexadecimal code the ratio becomes 1.Why ?

0/0 becomes as tumultuous as Emperor Nero..

22nd Jan 2023, 3:53 AM
Sanjay Kamath
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The hexadecimal representation of zero is 0x00, not 0x30. The hexadecimal value 0x30 corresponds to the character '0' in ASCII encoding. You can't divide by 0 so it'll always be undefined.
2nd Jun 2023, 9:13 PM
AgentSmith