# Convert unsigned integer to decimal

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Tony on 7 Dec 2021
Commented: Steven Lord on 7 Dec 2021
I have two unsigned hex values, 9d900000, and 0000, which are suposed to be unsigned intergers: 32 bit and 16 bit, respectively.
I'd like to convert both of these from unsigned int to decimal format. I have this code converting the two to their unsigned format, but I am unsure how to then convert it to decimal. Thanks in advance!
int1 = uint32(9d900000);
int1 = uint16(0000);
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James Tursa on 7 Dec 2021
Edited: James Tursa on 7 Dec 2021
Not sure what the real question is here. Does one of these do what you want?
int1 = uint32(hex2dec('9d900000'));
int1 = uint32(0x9d900000);
You can always convert the result to double if you want.
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Steven Lord on 7 Dec 2021
Your second line of code can be simplified.
x1 = 0x9d900000u32
x1 = uint32 2643460096
Check:
x2 = uint32(0x9d900000)
x2 = uint32 2643460096

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