Simple tool for Decimal/Binary conversion.
Binary to Decimal is a numeric converter tool that helps you to convert binary to decimal instantly. Also, you can use this binary to decimal calculator for small and big numbers (negative numbers included).
This tool allows you to convert from one base to another: you can convert decimal to binary and from binary to decimal. Using it as a decimal to binary converter, this tool provides the same features for numeric precision and real-time conversion. Converting binary to decimal or from decimal to binary is always free and there is no limit to the amount of numbers to convert!
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The decimal system is the most common numeric system and is used to represent integer numbers. This system has 10 symbols (digits) to express numbers: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9. The base of the decimal numbers is 10.
A binary number uses a base-2 numeric system and has only two possible digits: 0 and 1. The binary code is widely used in digital technology since it is perfect to represent the passage or non-passage of energy in a circuit, and convert these signals into representative data.
For python developers, there is a simple way to convert from binary to decimal or decimal to binary: using int() and bin() functions. Using these functions, you can convert from one base to another, using common built-in python functions.
The int() function uses 2 parameters: the first element is the number you want to convert, and the second element is the base of the input number. In this case we will use '1101' (string format) as the input number, and 2 (binary) as the base.
Then, the function should be: int('1101', 2) -> Output (int): 13.
In this case, the bin() function will take only one parameter: the input number as an integer.
Then, you should type: bin(100) -> Output (str): '0b1100100'.
NOTE: 0b is the prefix in python to identify a binary number. The output number from 100 (decimal) to binary will be 1100100. To return only the binary number without the prefix, use bin(100)[2:]