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;FromBase( "<Number as Text>", <Base> )
 
:Converts given number from given [[w:Radix|base]] into decimal base. The base must be between 2 and 36. The number must be an integer.
 
:Converts given number from given [[w:Radix|base]] into decimal base. The base must be between 2 and 36. The number must be an integer.
 
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:*<code>FromBase("FF", 16)</code> returns 255.  
:*<code>FromBase["100000000", 2]</code> returns 256. </div>}}
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:*<code>FromBase("100000000", 2)</code> returns 256. </div>}}
 
{{Note|1=See also [[ToBase Command|ToBase]] command}}
 
{{Note|1=See also [[ToBase Command|ToBase]] command}}

Latest revision as of 12:50, 5 October 2017


FromBase( "<Number as Text>", <Base> )
Converts given number from given base into decimal base. The base must be between 2 and 36. The number must be an integer.
Example:
  • FromBase("FF", 16) returns 255.
  • FromBase("100000000", 2) returns 256.
Note: See also ToBase command
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