Another simple script that I made: This will convert binary into integer form, with output always ranging from 0 to 255.

If you supply a string that is too short, it will be prefixed with the correct number of zeroes to put it into correct form.

If you supply extra, the string is truncated.

If you supply something other than a 0 or 1, it's ignored completely, and does not count toward the length of the processed string.

```
alias bti {
if ($1- == $null) return No input
var %params
var %vpos 1
while (%vpos <= $len($1-)) {
if (($mid($1-, %vpos, 1) == 0) || ($mid($1-, %vpos, 1) == 1)) %params = %params $+ $mid($1-, %vpos, 1)
inc %vpos
}
if ($calc($len(%params) % 8) != 0) {
if ($len(%params) > 8) {
echo Extra bits received. Ignoring extra bits.
%params = $left(%params, $calc($len(%params) - ($len(%params) % 8) ))
}
else {
echo Insufficient bits received. Prefixing with additional bits.
while ($len(%params) < 8) %params = 0 $+ %params
}
}
%vpos = 1
var %currval 0
var %result
while (%vpos <= $len(%params)) {
if ($mid(%params, %vpos, 1) == 1) %currval = $calc( %currval + 2 ^ ((8 - %vpos) % 8) )
if ($calc(%vpos % 8) == 0) {
%result = %result %currval
%currval = 0
}
inc %vpos
}
return %result
}
```

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miRC already has this built in: $base()

The basics:

$base(input,baseIn,baseOut)

input -> number representation to be converted

baseIn -> the base of the input (2 for binary, 8 for octal, 10 for decimal, 16 for hex, but can be any base)

baseOut -> the base to convert 2 (2 for binary, 8 for octal,...)

Example:

Binary to Decimal: $base(10,2,10) = 2

Octal to Decimal: $base(10,8,10) = 8

Hex to Decimal: $base(10,16,10) = 16

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