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On Thu, Nov 18, 2010 at 3:00 PM, Alexander Belopolsky
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>> I really think of them as hex or hexadecimal digits, just as 0-9 are decimal, not base 10 digits.
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> I am fine with "hexadecimal" here.  I did not like "hex".

If you think about it, "hexadecimal digit" is a twice oxymoron because
both "decimal" and "digit" imply base 10. :-)  It does look like the
most widely used term, nevertheless.
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