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ok now the question is , what if I post 123 , or 2985 , in base of 2. Eventually, This isn't binary (base of 2 , combination os 1s and 0s). what code to use to make the program know its not a binary code ?

ReplyDeleteWho on earth would do that if it is clearly mentioned to input binary?

DeleteI can't understand this program please explain with step

ReplyDeleteA very simple and easy steps to understand please keep on posting such new concept. Also try to explain single example with different types of logic if available.

ReplyDeletewhat does the "j" stand for?

ReplyDeletej is used as "base"

ReplyDeleteinitially it is 1.

After first iteration it will be 1*2=2

After second iteration it will be 2*2=4 and so on..

#include

ReplyDeleteint main()

{

int num, x = 0, y = 0, z = 1;

printf("Enter Your Number: ");

scanf("%i", &num);

while(num > 0)

{

x = num % 10;

y = y + (x * z);

z = z * 2;

num = num / 10;

}

printf("%i", y);

getchar();

return 0;

}

#include

ReplyDeleteint main()

{

int num = 1101, x = 0, y = 0, z = 1;

//printf("Enter Your Number: ");

//scanf("%i", &num);

while(num > 0)

{

x = num % 10;

y = y + (x * z);

z = z * 2;

num = num / 10;

}

printf("%i", y);

getchar();

return 0;

}

THANKS FOR HELP US.

ReplyDelete#include

ReplyDelete#include

int main()

{

int dec=0,bin,rem,i=0;

printf("Enter the binary number (0,1): ");

scanf("%d",&bin);

while(bin!=0)

{

rem=bin%10;

dec+=rem*(pow(2,i));

i++;

bin=bin/10;

}

printf("\nDecimal value is= %d\n",dec);

return 0;

}

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ReplyDeleteTime Limit Exceeded. how to improve this algorithm

ReplyDeleteUse bitwise operators!

Deletehow do i go about with binary numbers consisting of decimals? example: 1011.11

ReplyDeleteGood. Thank you

ReplyDeletehow to limit to only 5 bits. for example ( it i enter more than 5 bits of binary number it will show me "do it again", and if it is lees or equal to 5 bits will work).

ReplyDeletethanks