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Something like RealDigits in Sage?

asked 2015-02-21 16:07:06 +0100

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updated 2015-02-21 23:36:29 +0100

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Is there in Sagemath something like RealDigits in Mathematica for computing (binary) digits of any real number? (and not only for integers)

Can you please also explain how to transform back a non-integer binary string as '100.1000111001001' to the corresponding (approximated) base ten decimal? (not float)

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answered 2015-02-21 18:17:16 +0100

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updated 2015-02-21 20:21:58 +0100

To get the binary representation just add a .str(base=2) to the approximated value.

 sage:  a = pi + sqrt(2)
 sage:  a.n(digits=10).str(base=2)

For the other direction the method RR is useful. Given as first argument the string and as second the base.

 sage:  s= a.n(digits=60).str(base=2)
 sage:  RR(s,2)
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