Convert decimal to hex and binary in Powershell

dec to hex

PS> "{0:x}" -f 397312
61000
PS> [String]::Format("{0:x}", 397312)
61000
PS> [Convert]::ToString(397312, 16)
61000

If you want the hex number to have 6 digits then use

PS> "{0:x6}" -f 397312
061000

hex to dec

PS> "{0:d}" -f 0x61000
397312

PS> [String]::Format("{0:d}", 0x61000)
397312

PS> [Convert]::ToString(0x061000, 10)
397312

dec to bin

PS> [Convert]::ToString(129, 2)
10000001

hex to bin

PS> [Convert]::ToString(0x81, 2)
10000001
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