[SciPy-user] Integer to binary [Was: Fitting sphere to 3d data points]

Jan Groenewald jan@aims.ac...
Fri Mar 2 10:53:22 CST 2007

Hi Franck

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On Fri, Mar 02, 2007 at 12:15:50PM +0200, Franck Kalala Mutombo wrote:
> I have a sequence of decimal number (1,2,...16) for example, I want if
> there is any function  which can convert each one in binary.

A quick google of int2bin+python found this:

def int2bin(num, width=32):
    return ''.join(['%c'%(ord('0')+bool((1<<k)&num)) for k in range((width-1),-1,-1)])

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