Difference between revisions of "ToBase Command"

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{{command|algebra}}
 
{{command|algebra}}
 
;ToBase[ <Number>, <Base> ]
 
;ToBase[ <Number>, <Base> ]
:Converts given number into different [[w:Radix|base]]. The base must be between 2 and 36. The number must be an integer.
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:Converts given number into different [[w:Radix|base]]. The base must be between ''2'' and ''36''. The number must be an integer.
:{{Example|1=<code>ToBase[255,16]</code> returns "FF"
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:{{Example|1=<code>ToBase[255,16]</code> returns "FF", <code>ToBase[256, 2]</code> returns "100000000"}}
:<code>ToBase[256, 2]</code> returns "100000000"}}
 
 
:{{Note|1=See also [[FromBase Command|FromBase]] command}}
 
:{{Note|1=See also [[FromBase Command|FromBase]] command}}

Revision as of 11:55, 10 July 2012


ToBase[ <Number>, <Base> ]
Converts given number into different base. The base must be between 2 and 36. The number must be an integer.
Example: ToBase[255,16] returns "FF", ToBase[256, 2] returns "100000000"
Note: See also FromBase command
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