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NSC
Number System Converter  an Alfred extension
Author: HansHelge Bürger Date: 29. March 2017 Version: v2.4 Licence: Attribution 3.0 Unported (CC BY 3.0)
Quick Installation
Download NSC v2.4
Introduction
NSC is a little Alfred workflow to convert a number into another number system. I study computer science and therefore I daily deal with different number systems. The most common ones are probably binary
, octal
, decimal
, and hexadecimal
but I got tiered to calculate them by hand, calculator or a webpage. Alfred is only a key stroke away and so I started programming this workflow.
I started to learn Python and to pratice that the new Alfred 2 workflow is written in Python. So your welcome to send a pull request if you have any improvement done.
Functions
Like I mentioned above, you can convert numbers. In the first version I implemented binary
, decimal
, and hexadecimal
. And you can even convert any number from any system into another.
Usage
But how can I use NSC? It is really simple.
You call NSC with the different keywords (this is new in v2.0) and according the number you want to convert. E.g. if you want to convert a decimal number you just type decimal
and the number
. Alfred 2 will show instantly the converted number in binary
, octal
, and even hex
.
So the 4 basic keywords are:
decimal
binary
octal
hex
and it looks like that:
I really love this feature, displaying live updates in Alfred π
Beside these 4 keywords a fifth is implemented: convert
. It is used if a number needs to be converted which is no to base 2, 8, 10 or 16. It uses the following syntax:
`convert` `number` `base of number` `base of new system`
Imagine it like a sentence: Convert number X with base B into system with base Y
Convert 42 with base 6 into system with base 4
Clipboard and Notification
Another cool feature of Alfred 2 is that you can pass arguments to other parts of your workflow. In case of NSC, if you select a result and click enter
, the number will be copied to your clipboard and a notification will pop up.
Examples

decimal 10
β result: B: 1010 // O: 12 // H: a 
binary 1011
β result: D: 11 // O: 13 // H: b 
octal 150
β result: D: 104 // B: 1101000 // H: 68 
hex FF2
β result: D: 4082 // B: 111111110010 // O: 7762 
convert 119 11 3
β result: D: 141 // Base 3: 12020
Changelog
v2.4
 enhancement: add version to
info.plist
. Props to @bbezanson #5 #6
v2.3
 add:
+
and/
to alphabeth for converting up to base 64. Props to @sycrat #4
v2.2
 add: display binary numbers w/ at least 8 digits
 add: display hex in uppercase thx to akupila
v.2.1
 add: conversion upto base 62 (casesensitive letters if base is greater than 35)
 add: add info.plist to repo
 add: all scripts uses now alp to generate XML feedback
v2.01
 bug: base 1 led into an infinite loop (thx to @kevinlsw  #2)
 add: new int2base function which uses now letters as input/output within
convert
 add: NSC uses alp to generate XML feedback
v2.0
 NSC is now an Alfred Workflow and works with Alfred 2
 add: convert from/into decimal, binary, octal, hex
 add: new keywords
decimal
,binary
,octal
,hex
andconvert
 add: update made easy with Alleyoop
 change GitHub link
v1.4
 add: support for updater extension
v1.3
 bug: minor bugfixes
 add: display letters if digits larger than 10
v1.2
 add: convert to
decimal
with an own function  add: convert from
decimal
to other number system upto base 35
v1.1
 add: convert between
binary
,deciaml
, andhexadeciaml
with PHP builtin functions
v1.0
 first version of NSC
 add: can convert from
decimal
tobinary
andhexadecimal
with PHP builtin functions
Roadmap
 convert floating numbers
Licensing
See LICENSE