# Python Program to Convert Binary Number to Decimal

__Introduction:__

A *binary number* is a number expressed in the base-2 numeral system or binary numeral system, which uses only two symbols 0 and 1.

The *decimal numeral system *is the standard system for denoting integer and non-integer numbers.

*In this blog*, we will create python programs for converting a binary number into decimal.

*Pythonic way to convert binary into decimal*

* *

*step1:*

Enter a binary number, make it as a list and make the value of decimal number equals zero.

```
binary = list(input("please enter a binary number: "))
d_num = 0
```

** step2**:

Use a

*for*loop to iterate over the length of our list .

Use the

*pop()*method that returns the item present at the given index. This item is also removed from the list and assign its value to the digit variable.

Use the

*if*statement to check whether the digit equals one or not . If it is true , the d_num will equal to the sum of itself and two raised to thepower .**i**

```
for i in range(len(binary)):
digit = binary.pop()
if digit == '1':
d_num = d_num + pow(2,i)
print("The Decimal Number is ", d_num)
```

*Finally*, This is an example of the results

```
please enter a binary number: 111000
The Decimal Number is 56
```