PHP - decimal number to binary - array needed

Posted on 2014-03-22
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I want to take a decimal number such at 53 which equals  110101.

I want to be able populate an array such as $data(0)=1,  $data(1)=0,  $data(2)=1, $data(3)=0, $data(4) =1,  etc

I did read up on the function decbin but kinda confused on putting the individual its into an array.
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$binary = decbin($number);

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Thank you, my brain was not functioning to good this morning.  Perfect!

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