Do you need to convert numbers from a decimal to binary with Javascript?

Working with different number systems can be a daunting task. If this is something you have been struggling with, then you’ve come to the right place! In this blog post, we will go over how to create an efficient JavaScript program that converts decimal numbers into their binary representations.

Here is a simple JavaScript function that converts a decimal number to a binary string:

function decimalToBinary(decimal) {
let binary = "";
while (decimal > 0) {
binary = (decimal % 2) + binary;
decimal = Math.floor(decimal / 2);
}
return binary;
}
let binary = decimalToBinary(10);
console.log(binary); // outputs "1010"

This function works by using a loop to continuously divide the decimal number by 2, and then using the remainder of each division to build up the binary string. It continues doing this until the decimal number becomes 0, at which point the binary string is complete.