# Convert Octal to Decimal

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## What is Octal?

Octal is a numbering system that uses a base of eight, which derives from the Latin word for “eight.” This system comprises eight single-digit numbers, namely 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7. In octal, the number that comes after 7 is 10, and after 15 is 20, and so on. For the Conversion of Octal to Decimal online use our Convert Octal to Decimal free tool.

In computing, octal often utilizes as a shorthand representation of binary numbers by grouping binary digits into groups of three. For instance, the chmod command in Linux or UNIX employs octal to allocate file permissions.

## What is Decimal?

The decimal number system uses digits to represent different powers of 10, with a decimal point separating the integral and fractional parts of a number. The place value of a digit determines by its position in the number. As you move right from the decimal point, each place value decreases by a factor of 10 based on the preceding powers of 10.

## How to Convert Octal to Decimal Online?

You can easily Convert Octal to Decimal numbers online using our free tool which is both user-friendly and efficient. This online Octal to Decimal converter tool is a reliable option for anyone looking to perform this conversion accurately and without any hassle. The conversion process is quick and straightforward, and you can transfer your data in just a few simple steps:

• Paste the Octal numbers in the given textarea above.
• Click on the “Convert” button.
• The next textarea will display the Converted result (Decimal numbers).

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## Example of Octal to Decimal Conversion

Octal Numbers:

``65745``

Decimal Numbers:

``65745 = (6 × 8⁴) + (5 × 8³) + (7 × 8²) + (4 × 8¹) + (5 × 8⁰) = 27621``