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Convert an integer to a binary string. * Syntax ```sbsyntax BIN$ number% {, digits% } OUT string$ ``` |* Input | Description | | `number%` | The number to convert to binary. | | `digits%` | The minimum number of digits to return (0-32). (Optional, default 0.) | |* Output | Description | | `string$` | The binary representation of `number%`. | If `digits%` is omitted or less than the minimum number of digits required to represent `number%` in binary, the returned string will include exactly as many as necessary. If it is greater, then the binary string will be padded with `0` to the specified number of digits. * Examples ```sb4 'display a binary number PRINT BIN$(79) ``` ```sb4 'display a binary number, with leading zeros PRINT BIN$(79,32) ```

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