Conversion of decimal to binary in C programming n store in arrays

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Zenoba

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Can someone give me an idea to convert decimal numbers into its binary equivalent and store each binary in arrays in C programming language??
 
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By default all integers are already stored as binary numbers, so to obtain each bit just use a bit mask. (This assumes the integer is stored as a data type int)
 

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I am also unclear as to what you want.
If you want to convert the number to a array of strings for printing -- most C and Cpp compilers have an itoa extension of some form (usually several of 'em for different input types) to perform the conversion to string.
For binary - the radix is 2
see - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Itoa
 
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