This is documentation for Mathematica 7, which was
based on an earlier version of the Wolfram Language.

IntegerString

 gives a string consisting of the decimal digits in the integer n. IntegerString[n, b]gives a string consisting of the base b digits in the integer n. IntegerString[n, b, len]pads the string on the left with zero digits to give a string of length len. IntegerString[n, "Roman"]gives the Roman numeral form of n.
• The maximum allowed base is 36. For bases larger than 10, additional digits are chosen from the letters a-z.
• If len is less than the number of digits in n then the len least significant digits are returned.
Convert to binary, giving the result as a string:
Convert to Roman numerals:
Convert to binary, giving the result as a string:
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Convert to Roman numerals:
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 Scope   (1)
In base 16, a through f are used as digits:
The maximum base of 36 uses letters a through z:
ToUpperCase converts to uppercase letters:
Show a single number in successive bases from 2 to 36:
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