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how to convert an 128 bit binary number to decimal number

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What I want, how to convert below 128 bit number to deciaml number
"0xFF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF" to "255^16+255^15+....+255^2+255".
I plan to write a new class to save this so large number, like this
class NUM128
{
 public: ...
 private:
         unsigned char numbinary[16];
         unsigned char numdecimal[6];
}

I use numbinary to save the binary number and numdecimal save the decimal number.
for(int i=0;i<16;i++)
    numbinary[i]= 0xFF;
How could I get the numdecimal according to the numbinary?
Anyone has any idea will be welcome and appreciated.
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