How do you express an integer as a binary number with Python literals?
I was easily able to find the answer for hex:
How do you use literals to express binary in Python?
Starting with Python 2.6 you can express binary literals using the prefix 0b or 0B:
You can also use the new bin function to get the binary representation of a number:
Development version of the documentation: What's New in Python 2.6
>>> print int('01010101111',2)
>>> print int('11111111',2)
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