Martijn Faassen m.faassen at
Tue Mar 14 01:12:15 CET 2000

Stuart Reynolds <S.I.Reynolds at> wrote:
> Is there an integer to ascii (itoa) function in Python? I need to
> convert integers into various different bases (but to binary, in
> particular). Most languages come provided with an itoa-like function but
> I can't seem to find one in the Python API.

Replying again -- I'm reading the standard library and you might find
the string.atoi() function useful if you're converting to different
bases and such:

>>> string.atoi("11", 2)

And-probably-other-nice-things-there-I'm-missing-ly yours,

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