Python Math: Convert a binary number to decimal number
Python Math: Exercise-31 with Solution
Write a Python program to convert a decimal number to a binary number.
b_num = list(input("Input a binary number: ")) value = 0 for i in range(len(b_num)): digit = b_num.pop() if digit == '1': value = value + pow(2, i) print("The decimal value of the number is", value)
Input a binary number: 1000001 The decimal value of the number is 65
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