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my code doesn’t actually print anything out. i tried to call on the functions but they didn’t work.

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def denaryToBinary(denaryNo):#the name of the function

if denaryNo <= 255:#to make sure you can turn it into an bite

x = #the empty binary list

y = 128#for the first 1 or 0 in binary

```
while y >= 1:#the while...else loop to turn my number into binary
if denaryNo - y > 0:#to make the number 1
denaryNo -= y#to take away the 2^y number
x.append(1)#to put a 1 there
y = y / 2#to get to the next number
elif denaryNo - y == 0:
x.append(1)#in case the binary number is equal to the 2^y number
else:
x.append(0)#to put a 0 there
else:
return x#when the loop finishes
```

def binaryToDenary(binaryNo):

binaryNo = [int(x) for x in str(binaryNo)]

x = len(binaryNo)

y = 0

if x >= 8:

return “this isn’t a bite”

elif x <= 7:

while x > 0:

if binaryNo[x-1] == 1:

y += 2**(x+2)

x -= 1

elif binaryNo[x-1] == 0:

x -= 1

else:

return “wait…this isn’t a binary number!”

else:

return y

carryOn = True

while carryOn == True:

binaryOrDenary = input(“is the number you are going to input a binary or a denary number? B or D”)

theInput = int(input(“the number please!”))

```
if binaryOrDenary.lower() == "b":
print(binaryToDenary(theInput))
elif binaryOrDenary.lower() == "d":
print(denaryToBinary(theInput))
else:
print("that wasn't an option")
carryOn = input("do you want to carry on? y/n")
if carryOn.lower() == "y":
carryOn = True
elif carryOn.lower() == "n":
carryOn = False
```

else:

print(“goodbye”)

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