JavaScript toString(16) with a decimal point

First, don't think of the decimal as "increasing by about 40%." The numbers are equal - they're just represented using different number systems.

Let's take a look at what's going on when you convert a decimal number to binary, then to hex. For me, at least, this makes it a little easier to understand:

Take the decimal number 0.15: In binary, it's 0.0010 0110 0110 0110 0110 0110 0110 0110.... (Spaces added for clarity.) Notice anything interesting? If you convert each of these chunks of four bits to the hex equivalents, you get exactly what your toString(16) evocation gave you: 0.2666666... (0010 in binary = 2 in hex).

Why is it this way? Because after the decimal point, you can think of each entry as an inverse power of 2. Meaning each bit after the decimal point represents:

 .1 |  .01 |  .001 |  .0001 |  .00001... (BIN)
0.5 | 0.25 | 0.125 | 0.0625 | 0.03125... (DEC)

So how would we represent 1.5 in binary? Well, everything before the decimal should be easy (it's just 1), but after that, we simply stop at 1.1 (binary), since 1 + 0.5 (decimal) = 1.5 (decimal) = 1.1000 (binary).

I threw some extra zeros in there to make this next conversion easier, because next we take that chunk of four bits and convert it to hex, which is simply 1.8.

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