## Octal to binary:

We know that Octal values are base 8 values and we need 3 bits to represent each octal digit. ** Octal** values can be easily converted to binary values by replacing each octal digit with its equivalent binary value as shown below.

You can refer to ** decimal to-binary** conversion to know how the below binary combinations are generated for octal digits.

**Octal digit representation in binary**

```
000 ---> 0
001 ---> 1
010 ---> 2
011 ---> 3
100 ---> 4
101 ---> 5
110 ---> 6
111 ---> 7
```

** Octal** –>

`4573`

–>Binary`100101111011`

## Octal to decimal

__Steps to follow__:

- Octal to Binary
Refer to above section**(****)** - Binary to Decimal (Refer to the previous article)

__Example__:

**Octal : **`4573`

** Binary**:

`100101111011`

:Decimal`2427`

## Octal to Hexadecimal

__Steps to follow__:

- Octal to Binary (Refer to above section)
- Binary to Hexadecimal (Refer to the previous article)

__Example__:

**Octal:**`4573`

** Binary**:

`1001011110111011`

:Hexadecimal`97B`