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Using toString() with Radix Values

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<B>Using toString() to convert to other number bases:</B>
var content = "";
for (var i = 0; i <= 20; i++) {
    content += "<TR>"
    content += "<TD>" + i.toString(10) + "</TD>"
    content += "<TD>" + i.toString(16) + "</TD>"
    content += "<TD>" + i.toString(2) + "</TD></TR>"


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