Originally Posted by

**Sitten Spynne**
That doesn't tell us if either answer was useful.

That said, using correct words could help. "4 bits" can only hold up to 128 different values, just barely a 3-digit number. I'm assuming you meant "4 digits", which in hexadecimal means "16 bits", which can represent more than 65,000 values. But if you mean "4 digits" in decimal, well, that can only hold 10,000 values so long as 0000 is valid.

So if neither answer is helpful, you need to make really clear what your words mean.