# Base-Encoder

Converts an integer number to any base (base 2, base 16, etc.) based on what characters should be used (a-z, A-Z & 0-9, etc.)

# Usage:

- Fire open the program.
- In the Variables field, enter whatever characters should be used in the conversion.
- In the Number field, enter the starting number to convert.
- After pressing "Encode", the outputted number will display underneath.

# Examples:

## Converting an integer to binary:

- Enter 01 in the Variables field (since binary is either 0 or 1).
- Enter the desired number into the Number field. In this case, we want to convert 73 to binary. So we will enter 73.
- 1001001 should be the result.

## Converting an integer to hexadecimal:

- Enter 0123456789ABCDEF in the Variables field.
- Enter the desired number into the Number field. In this case, we want to convert 49 to hex. So we will enter 49.
- 31 should be the result.

## Converting an integer to base 36:

- Enter 0123456789ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ in the Variables field.
- Enter the desired number into the Number field. In this case, we want to convert 305 to base 36. So we will enter 305.
- 8H should be the result.