I can't find too much about this by myself when googling and I am confused overall. So I decided to ask here.
So I'm trying to convert a Signed Magnitude Binary number to Hexadecimal.
Lets take 111011. So being that it is signed, I know that the leftmost bit will signify a negative sign (-ve). And the "11011" part is 27. So that number would be -27 in base-10.
But how would you represent that in hex? How do negative signs work in hex?