# bin() Builtin Function

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## Python – bin()

Python bin() builtin function is used to get the binary version of given integer value.

In this tutorial, you will learn the syntax of bin() function, and then its usage with the help of example programs.

### Syntax

The syntax of bin() function is

``bin(x)``

where

## Examples

### 1. Convert integer to binary

In the following program, we take an integer value in x and convert it to binary using bin() function.

Python Program

``````x = 52
output = bin(x)
print(f'x      : {x}')
print(f'bin(x) : {output}')``````
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Output

``````x      : 52
bin(x) : 0b110100``````

### 2. Convert negative integer to binary

In the following program, we take a negative integer value, and convert it into binary using bin() function.

Python Program

``````x = -7
output = bin(x)
print(f'x      : {x}')
print(f'bin(x) : {output}')``````
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Output

``````x      : -7
bin(x) : -0b111``````

## Summary

In this tutorial of Python Examples, we learned the syntax of bin() function, and how to convert a given integer value into binary value using bin() with examples.

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