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14:39, 8 September 2020: Supyovalk (talk | contribs) triggered filter 9, performing the action "edit" on Binary to unary conversion. Actions taken: Warn; Filter description: require new users to introduce themselves (examine)

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== Examples in programming languages ==
 
== Examples in programming languages ==
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=== Phyton 3.0 ===
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def binarytounary(bstring):
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bstring = bstring.replace("1","0*")
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print(bstring)
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while "*0" in bstring:
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bstring=bstring.replace("*0","0**")
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print(bstring)
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return bstring.replace("0","")
   
 
=== [[:///#Binary to unary conversion|///]] ===
 
=== [[:///#Binary to unary conversion|///]] ===

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/* Examples in programming languages */
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A '''binary to unary conversion''' program is a program that can convert a given number in binary form to a unary form. It is mainly used to showcase [[Markov algorithm]] ([https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Markov_algorithm wikipedia]). Its steps are as follows: # Replace all instances of <code>1</code> with <code>0*</code> (<code>*</code> can be any character) # Replace all instances of <code>*0</code> with <code>0**</code> # Remove all instances of <code>0</code> For example, here is the conversion of <code>1001</code> to <code>*********</code>: # <code><font color=red>1</font>00<font color=red>1</font></code>: ## <code><font color=red>1</font>00<font color=red>1</font></code> -> <code><font color=red>0*</font>00<font color=red>0*</font></code> # <code>0*000*</code>: ## <code>0<font color=red>*0</font>00*</code> -> <code>0<font color=red>0**</font>00*</code> ## <code>00*<font color=red>*0</font>0*</code> -> <code>00*<font color=red>0**</font>0*</code> ## <code>00<font color=red>*0</font>*<font color=red>*0</font>*</code> -> <code>00<font color=red>0**</font>*<font color=red>0**</font>*</code> ## <code>000**<font color=red>*0</font>***</code> -> <code>000**<font color=red>0**</font>***</code> ## <code>000*<font color=red>*0</font>*****</code> -> <code>000*<font color=red>0**</font>*****</code> ## <code>000<font color=red>*0</font>*******</code> -> <code>000<font color=red>0**</font>*******</code> # <code><font color=red>0000</font>*********</code> -> <code>*********</code> __TOC__ == Examples in programming languages == === [[:///#Binary to unary conversion|///]] === /1/0*//*0/0**//0//100010 === [[Retina#Binary to unary conversion|Retina]] === 1 0* +`\*0 0** 0 (an extra line must be present) [http://retina.tryitonline.net/#code=MQowKgorYFwqMAowKioKMAo&input=MTAwMQ Try it online.] === [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sed Sed] === s/1/0*/g;:x;s/\*0/0**/g;tx;s/0//g [[Category:Program forms]]
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A '''binary to unary conversion''' program is a program that can convert a given number in binary form to a unary form. It is mainly used to showcase [[Markov algorithm]] ([https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Markov_algorithm wikipedia]). Its steps are as follows: # Replace all instances of <code>1</code> with <code>0*</code> (<code>*</code> can be any character) # Replace all instances of <code>*0</code> with <code>0**</code> # Remove all instances of <code>0</code> For example, here is the conversion of <code>1001</code> to <code>*********</code>: # <code><font color=red>1</font>00<font color=red>1</font></code>: ## <code><font color=red>1</font>00<font color=red>1</font></code> -> <code><font color=red>0*</font>00<font color=red>0*</font></code> # <code>0*000*</code>: ## <code>0<font color=red>*0</font>00*</code> -> <code>0<font color=red>0**</font>00*</code> ## <code>00*<font color=red>*0</font>0*</code> -> <code>00*<font color=red>0**</font>0*</code> ## <code>00<font color=red>*0</font>*<font color=red>*0</font>*</code> -> <code>00<font color=red>0**</font>*<font color=red>0**</font>*</code> ## <code>000**<font color=red>*0</font>***</code> -> <code>000**<font color=red>0**</font>***</code> ## <code>000*<font color=red>*0</font>*****</code> -> <code>000*<font color=red>0**</font>*****</code> ## <code>000<font color=red>*0</font>*******</code> -> <code>000<font color=red>0**</font>*******</code> # <code><font color=red>0000</font>*********</code> -> <code>*********</code> __TOC__ == Examples in programming languages == === Phyton 3.0 === def binarytounary(bstring): bstring = bstring.replace("1","0*") print(bstring) while "*0" in bstring: bstring=bstring.replace("*0","0**") print(bstring) return bstring.replace("0","") === [[:///#Binary to unary conversion|///]] === /1/0*//*0/0**//0//100010 === [[Retina#Binary to unary conversion|Retina]] === 1 0* +`\*0 0** 0 (an extra line must be present) [http://retina.tryitonline.net/#code=MQowKgorYFwqMAowKioKMAo&input=MTAwMQ Try it online.] === [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sed Sed] === s/1/0*/g;:x;s/\*0/0**/g;tx;s/0//g [[Category:Program forms]]
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@@ -21,4 +21,13 @@ == Examples in programming languages == +=== Phyton 3.0 === + + def binarytounary(bstring): + bstring = bstring.replace("1","0*") + print(bstring) + while "*0" in bstring: + bstring=bstring.replace("*0","0**") + print(bstring) + return bstring.replace("0","") === [[:///#Binary to unary conversion|///]] ===
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=== Phyton 3.0 === def binarytounary(bstring): bstring = bstring.replace("1","0*") print(bstring) while "*0" in bstring: bstring=bstring.replace("*0","0**") print(bstring) return bstring.replace("0","")
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