I wrote aNvm I got it :) here is the code if any one is interested, it's pretty simple!Quote:

program that outputs the binary number of a decimal number passed to it, however the binary number out putted has an extra 0 in the 10s place

Code:`#include <iostream>`

#include <cmath>

using namespace std;

void hi (int x)

{

double counter=2;

double i=1;

double binary;

double number=0;

while(x!=0)

{

binary=((x%2)*i);

number=number+binary;

i=pow(10,counter);

counter++;

x=x/2;

}

cout<<number;

}

int main ()

{

int x;

cout<<"Enter number: ";

cin>>x;

hi(x);

return 0;

}

Code:`#include <iostream>#include <cmath>`

using namespace std;

void hi (int x)

{

double counter=0;

double i=1;

double binary;

double number=0;

do

{

i=pow(10,counter);

counter++;

binary=((x%2)*i);

x=x/2;

number=number+binary;

}

while(x!=0);

cout<<number<<endl;

}

int main ()

{

int x;

cout<<"Enter number: ";

cin>>x;

hi(x);

return 0;

}