Make my value binary [released]
What do computers understand? That's right, binary. All files are turned into binary digits when you run them, but what if I suggest giving you an
int then turn it into it's binary value.
- Take input of a non-negative decimal integer and output its binary value/form.
- Any preceding zeros don't need to be outputted.
Suggested by @celtschk: Converters that simply take the inputted number as binary without changing the input itself aren't allowed.(Won't be in the final draft)
Adding to the disallowed converters, any built-in method that formats the variable as binary without actual conversion like Python's(Won't be in the final draft)
0bare also not allowed. The focus is to take input, make a converter, then output the result.
- This is code-golf, so the shortest program wins. Yep, not by language.
n = 0 Output: 0 n = 1 Output: 1 n = 5 Output: 101 n = 12 Output: 1100 n = 31 Output: 11111 n = 4096 Output: 1000000000000
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Built-ins (2 comments)
Specify decimal base (1 comment)
This is not encryption (1 comment)
What about negative integers? (3 comments)