MySQL BIN() function
MySQL BIN() returns the corresponding string representation of the binary value of a BIGINT number. It returns NULL if the number is NULL. The equivalent of BIN() is CONV(N,10,2), where N is a BIGINT number.
|num1||A number whose BINARY value is to be retrieved.|
MySQL Version: 5.6
Example: MySQL BIN() function
The following MySQL statement returns the string representation of 255, i.e. '11111111'.
mysql> SELECT BIN(255); +----------+ | BIN(255) | +----------+ | 11111111 | +----------+ 1 row in set (0.01 sec)
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