oct()

Published May 16, 2023
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The oct() function takes an integer and returns the corresponding octal string.

Syntax


oct(integer)

Where integer is the value to be converted into an octal string.

The function returns an octal string.

Example

This example returns the octal string for the value 10.

# Calling function
val = oct(10)
# Displaying result
print("Octal value of 10:",val)

This example results in the following output:

Octal value of 10: 0o12

Codebyte Example

In Python, binary and hexadecimal values are integer values. So, the oct() function can convert binary and hexadecimal values as well.

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