Numerals and Radix Converter,
Roman Numerals

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In medieval and ancient times usage of Roman numerals was not consistent. For example, you could find both VIII and IIX to designate eight even in the same document.
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Not a correct number.
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Not a valid ternary number. Please only use digits 0 to 2
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Not a valid Roman numeral
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Not a valid duodecimal number. Please only use digits 0 to 9 and letters A and B
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Not a valid undecimal number. Please only use digits 0 to 9 and letter A
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Not a decimal integer.
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Not a valid hexadecimal number. Please only use digits 0 to 9 and letters from A to F
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Not a valid Greek numeral
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Not a valid octal number. Please only use digits from 0 to 7
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Not a valid binary number. Please only use digits 0 and 1
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Not a valid quaternary number. Please only use digits 0 to 3
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Not a valid quinary number. Please only use digits 0 to 4

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In medieval and ancient times usage of Roman numerals was not consistent. For example, you could find both VIII and IIX to designate eight even in the same document.