# python二进制转十进制编程,Python将二进制转换为十进制

Im doing a colledge assignment which is have us create a python program to convert binary to decimal without using the bin() function or list(). I'm plan to have each 1's and 0's stored in a function which will be multiplied later. However, I'm not sure how am i suppose to do so

Well, you could pass the binary number as a string, and iterate over it in reverse order, multiplying each 0 or 1 by 2^n, where n is a number incremented at each loop cycle.

def bin2dec(b):

number = 0

counter = 0

for i in b[::-1]: # Iterating through b in reverse order

number += int(i)*(2**counter)

counter += 1

return number

bin2dec("101010") # 42

EDIT : Like Byte Commander did, you could also use enumerate in the loop instead of a manuel counter, it serve the same purpose.

def bin2dec(b):

number = 0

for idx, num in enumerate(b[::-1]): # Iterating through b in reverse order

number += int(num)*(2**idx)

return number

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