In a book for C# I read that there is direct way to convert from binary to hexadecimal:
- convert to nibbles with leading zeros
- replace with the hexadecimal representation of the nibble
The rule is divide the binary number into groups containing the number of the power to which we want to convert. 16 = 2 to power 4, so 4 digits.
I tried from base 4 to base 16: 13 33 33 = 7 f f. 4 to the power 2 is 16.
So when the "power" relation is missing (relation is 3/2), is there a way to convert from quaternary (133130) to octal(3734)?