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# dec2base

Convert decimal to base N number in string

### Syntax

str = dec2base(d, base) str = dec2base(d, base, n)

### Arguments

- str
matrix of strings corresponding to "base" representation

- base
1-by-1 matrix of doubles, positive integer value, the base

- d
matrix of doubles, positive integer values

### Description

`str = dec2base(d, base)`

converts the nonnegative integer values of `d`

to the specified base `base`

.

`d`

must have nonnegative integers smaller than 2^52, and `base`

must be an integer between 2 and 36.

The returned argument `str`

is a matrix of strings.

`str = dec2base(d, base, n)`

produces a representation with at least `n`

digits.

### Examples

for b = 2:36 disp( dec2base(666, b) ) end

### See also

### History

Version | Description |

5.4.0 | This function was added in Scilab 5.4.0 |

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