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# Basis Representation

For theoretical background see this page.

Let $n$ be a positive number in decimal system and $k$ be the basis in which $n$ will be represented. The following code give us the representation of $n$ in basis $k$.

#!/usr/bin/python def representation(n, k): (q, r) = (n // k, n % k) # print(str(n) + " = " + str(k) + " * " + str(q) + " + " + str(r)) if q == 0: return [r] else: return representation(q, k) + [r]

**Example:** Let $n = 383$ and $k=4$.

n = 383 k = 4 print(''.join(map(str, representation(n, k))))

The solution is $11333$.