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Here''s my goal: I want to make a program in C++ that converts decimal numbers to binary and vice versa. i.e. [input] 1101 [output] 11 [input] 11 [output] 1101 How would I go about making a binary -> decimal table and then using it to output binary/decimal numbers? I was thinking of having them input a string of binary numbers i.e. 1101 and then using the strlen function would make a table. Like if strlen of String is 4, then you would have an int of some sort called n. n=1 then if strlen(String) > 2 n+1 and then n*n until strlen(String) = 0; Of couse I''d have a temp variable like strlen(String) = stringLength. so if stringLength > 2, n=1, stringLength--, n*n, stringLength-- until stringLength = 0. Then I would put the results of n*(n) into an array and then do some sort of division to put out the binary form. For those of you who don''t know the binary table, it looks like this:
256 | 128 | 64 | 32 | 16 | 8 | 4 | 2 | 1
----------------------------------------
|     |    |    |    | 1 | 1 | 0 | 1

1101 = 11
11 = 1001

If it''s unclear, I''m sorry but I''m majorly confused about this. Any tips would be greatly appreciated!
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Deci->Bin

ex: 33

(divided by two : carry)
33
16 : 1
8 : 0
4 : 0
2 : 0
1 : 0

The result being (top to bottom) 100001

Bin->Deci

1 0 0 0 0 1

(1 * (2^0)) + (0 * (2^1)) + (0 * (2^2)) + (0 * (2^3)) + (0 * (2^4)) + (1 * (2^5)) EDIT: though obviously the algo should be reading the binary string from right to left or whatever to compensate

If you don't get it feel free to say so.

[edited by - kordova on October 15, 2003 8:57:56 PM]

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char binary[8]int decimalGet set of 8 binary numbers, save in arraywhile index < 8    decimal += array[index] * 2 ^ index //if array[index] is 0                                        //doesn't add anythingGet next set of digitsWhen no digits are left, print decimal

Then reverse that for decimal to binary.

Edit: Remember to mulitply the decimal number if you have more than one string of binary numbers.
[edited by - Aerolithe on October 15, 2003 9:13:07 PM]

[edited by - Aerolithe on October 15, 2003 9:13:45 PM]

[edited by - Aerolithe on October 15, 2003 9:15:43 PM]

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