# Using hex, oct, dec and setbase stream manipulators. : int output « Data Type « C++

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Using hex, oct, dec and setbase stream manipulators.
 ```   #include  #include  using std::cout; using std::cin; using std::endl; using std::hex; using std::dec; using std::oct; using std::setbase; int main() {    int n;    cout << "Enter a decimal number: ";    cin >> n;    cout << n << " in hexadecimal is: "          << hex << n << '\n'         << dec << n << " in octal is: "          << oct << n << '\n'         << setbase( 10 ) << n << " in decimal is: "          << n << endl;    return 0; }           ```
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