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 Raja 06-16-2004 02:00 PM

Inbuilt decimal to binary conversion function in C++

IS there any inbuilt decimal to binary conversion function in C++

Re: Inbuilt decimal to binary conversion function in C++

"Raja" <sharnakcl@yahoo.com> wrote in message
> IS there any inbuilt decimal to binary conversion function in C++

I think you mean to get binary representation of a given int.

cout << bistset<10>(7); // 7 in binary with 10 bits

 JKop 06-17-2004 11:10 AM

Re: Inbuilt decimal to binary conversion function in C++

Raja posted:

> IS there any inbuilt decimal to binary conversion function in C++

Well... all computers store data in binary.

As such I pressume you're talking about strings, ie.

"23" -> "00010111"

Maybe something along the lines of:

#include <stdlib.h>

int main(void)
{
char binary_string[10];

unsigned short int number = 23;

itoa(number,binary_string,2);

//The 2 in the above specifies the radix, ie. the number of digits
//in the number system. For decimal, this would be 10. For, octal, 8.
//For Hexadecimal, 16. For binary, 2.

}

-JKop

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