To convert a hexadecimal value to decimal in Python, you can use the `int()`

function with the base argument set to 16. Here’s an example:

```
# Define a hexadecimal value
hex_value = '1A'
# Convert hexadecimal value to decimal
decimal = int(hex_value, 16)
# Print the decimal value
print(decimal)
```

In this example, we have a hexadecimal value `'1A'`

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To convert the hexadecimal value to decimal, we use the `int()`

function and pass the hexadecimal value as the first argument. We also specify the base argument as `16`

to indicate that the string should be interpreted as a hexadecimal number.

The output will be:

`26`

In this case, the hexadecimal value `'1A'`

is converted to the corresponding decimal value, which is `26`

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Note that the `int()`

function can handle hexadecimal values of any length. Ensure that the hexadecimal value only contains valid hexadecimal digits (0-9, A-F or a-f) to avoid raising a `ValueError`

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