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Ah! That's where I've been going wrong these thirty odd years.

I meant to say that it will turn it into a bit pattern, and that bit pattern will be a hex digit, but that hex digit won't have any particularly meaningful arithmetic relationship to the input character as far as the OP is concerned, but the ex-PFC Wintergreen in my head said "Too prolix"
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majenko

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that bit pattern will be a hex digit


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That bit pattern can be represented as a hex digit.  :P
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Four binary bits form a hex digit, by definition.
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