Conversion of base 10 to base 6

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I attempted to convert a base 10 number to a base 6 number in C, but my code failed two hidden test cases.

I don't see any logical flaws in it.

Could you do it?

//convert base 10 to base 6

#include<stdio.h>
int main()
{
   int num, rem = 0, i = 1, res = 0;
   scanf("%d", &num);
   while(num!=0)
   {
       rem = num%6;
       res = (rem*i)+res;
       num = num/6;
       i = i*10;
   }
   printf("%d",res);

}
Jul 26 in C++ by Nicholas
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