Greater than 32bit binary conversion.

05142022, 02:17 PM
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Greater than 32bit binary conversion.
I want to convert any binary number of lets say less than 512 bit, to a base 20 integer.
Is there a way to do that with some built in features of the calculator as is, or does it need a program? I have written a little program anyway, that will take in any length of a binary number in string format, but I do not know how to convert it to a number that can retain a large amount of digits. Is there a CAS command or function that will allow that? Code: EXPORT B2D(A) If you run this as : B2D("10110110110"), then it will return 1,426. But if you enter a larger binary number, then the amount of digits will get truncated to 12 with an E45, for example, at the end, and therefore numbers will be lost. I would like the number output (or string I suppose) to be as large as it has to be, to house every piece of information that the binary number contained. It would be best if it was a number form, so that it could then be further manipulated. Is there a was to force CAS level number sizes, and accuracy of upwards of 90 base 10 digits? 

05152022, 05:43 AM
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RE: Greater than 32bit binary conversion.
In CAS, type 0b10110110110


05152022, 01:05 PM
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RE: Greater than 32bit binary conversion.
That's great.
Is there a way to achieve CAS length numbers from a program? 

05152022, 01:44 PM
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RE: Greater than 32bit binary conversion.  
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