binary_ok 0.2.1

A crate to help you convert from binary to decimal and from decimal to binary, you can pass as reference &f64 and &u128 numbers.
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binary_ok

You can use real and integers numbers, as you wish.

Put this on your cargo.toml file to use this crate:

``````[dependencies]
binary_ok = "0.2.1"
``````

If you are not using f32 or f64, just use the u128 versions functions, that way you are able to do some math on the flow.

``````use::binary_ok;

binary_ok::u128_to_binary(number: &u128);
binary_ok::u128_to_decimal(number: &u128);

binary_ok::to_binary(number: &f64);
binary_ok::to_decimal(number: &f64);
``````

u128_to_binary() returns a u128 value

u128_to_decimal() return a u128 value

to_binary() returns a bits string (Due to the IEEE 754 standard and the way that Rust handle float numbers, as far as I know, is impossible to convert the string using the parse() method to f32 or f64 with high precision to decimal places)

to_decimal() returns a f64 decimal number

``````use::binary_ok;

let decimal_number: u128 = 87654884988;
println!("Decimal number for conversion: {}", decimal_number);

let binary_number: u128 = binary_ok::u128_to_binary(decimal_number);
println!("Binary conversion result: {}", binary_number);

let to_decimal_again: u128 = binary_ok::u128_to_decimal(binary_number);
println!("To decimal again: {}", to_decimal_again);
``````

Output:

Decimal number for conversion: 87654884988

Binary conversion result: 1010001101000101000110110011001111100

To decimal again: 87654884988

``````let x: f64 = 1110101.0;
let y: f64 = 1001101.11;

let result: String = binary_ok::to_binary(&(binary_ok::to_decimal(&x) + binary_ok::to_decimal(&y)));
println!("{}", result);
``````

Output:

11000010.11