[Tutor] Is there an easy way to conduct binary numbers?
orion_val at 163.com
Thu Dec 23 13:42:50 CET 2004
I have found there are easy functions and options to do basic octal and
hexadecimal number operation.
oct(number) -> string
Return the octal representation of an integer or long integer.
hex(number) -> string
Return the hexadecimal representation of an integer or long integer.
print '%o' %number
Print a decimal number in octal format.
print '%X' %number
Print a decimal number in hexadecimal format.
However, I can't find their binary counterpart, something like bin(...)
or print '%b'. Binary integer is extremely useful in my
electronic-related job. So...I need help. Is there any function to
transform between binary and decimal integers in python's library? If
not, what's the solution to binary?
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