The code defines a function
decToBin(x) which takes a decimal number
x as its input and returns the binary equivalent of that number. The function uses the built-in
bin() function to convert the decimal number to binary. The
bin() function returns a string representation of the binary number, including the prefix ‘0b’.
The function then uses the
int() function to convert the string representation of the binary number to an integer, and uses string slicing to remove the ‘0b’ prefix.
The code then calls the
decToBin function with the decimal number 22 as the input and prints the result. The output should be “10110”.
def decToBin(x): return int(bin(x)[2:]) print(decToBin(22))