why is it <=36?
I wrote a code to find the decimal of number in other base. If base is more than 36, it gives error. why? https://code.sololearn.com/cW058zo5chX7/?ref=app
It's a design choice of int() For bases up to 36 you can rapresent the digits with the characters: 0123456789abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz (which are 36) Base 10 uses 0 to 9 Base 16 uses 0 to f ... if 'z' is 35 what should 36 be? For higher bases there isn't really an agreement on what characters should be used, so int() just stops there
Angelo thank you for the explanation
I have made a calculator in which my % (Percentage) not work correctly for 100%50 or 100%20.
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