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# Python2.6 Decimal to Octal

By : NeedDesk3
Date : November 21 2020, 07:01 PM
help you fix your problem How can i convert decimal to Octal in Python2.6, for 1 to 100000? I wanna get this converted result as .txt too. Can someone help me? , Use the oct function:
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## Is 0 an octal or a decimal in C?

By : Igor Poljak
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
With these it helps It makes little difference, but formally the integer constant 0 is octal in C. From the C99 and C11 standards, 6.4.4.1 Integer constants

## decimal to octal using mips

By : Cox Nowy
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I think the issue was by ths following , What is the simplest way to convert decimal to octal in mips assembly? , I wrote it this way:
code :
``````    #the octal number is \$t2
li \$t6,0 #remainder
li \$t7,0 #final octal number
li \$t8,1 #placeInNumber
octalToDecimalLoop:
rem \$t6,\$t2,8
div \$t2,\$t2,8
mul \$t6,\$t6,\$t8
mul \$t8,\$t8,10
bnez \$t2,octalToDecimalLoop
``````

## C# Decimal To Octal

By : Student
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
With these it helps This is already built into .NET, Convert.ToString already does this.
In your code, just after you have decimalNumber = int.Parse(...) you can do this:
code :
``````Console.WriteLine(Convert.ToString(decimalNumber, 8));
``````
``````1   while (quotient != 0)
{
//this is how the remainder is calculated but it is then put in an array + 1, i don't understand this.
2       octalNumber[i++] = quotient % 8;
//divide the number given by the user with the octal base number
3       quotient = quotient / 8;
}
``````

## Decimal to octal in C

By : Ali Şahin
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will help you Everyone is right in saying that there's a built-in way to do that with printf. But what about doing it yourself?
The first thing that came to mind is that one octal digit is exactly three bits. Therefore you can do the conversion this way:

## Octal to Decimal in C

By : Allan
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it should still fix some issue Since this is homework, I'll give a hint rather than an answer:
The function getchar() returns a character rather than a number. A character has a value based on the character encoding of the system (see ASCII).