how create shorter number?

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  1. PHP2

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    I have one large number with 18 decimal places for license key. have any way
    that I transfer my number into shorter number or string with some method?
     
    PHP2, Aug 23, 2004
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  2. PHP2 wrote:
    > I have one large number with 18 decimal places for license key. have any way
    > that I transfer my number into shorter number or string with some method?


    Take a look at different number systems, like hex, base-36 (0..9a..z),
    or even base-62 (0..9A..Za..z). Base64 is (or at least used to be) quite
    common for encoding binary data. BTW, do you have any C++ language
    question?

    V
     
    Victor Bazarov, Aug 23, 2004
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