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/NAM/CONVERT_BASE10_TO_BASE62 - Get Number with Base62

/NAM/CONVERT_BASE10_TO_BASE62 - Get Number with Base62

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Functionality

This function module takes a decimal number as input.

This decimal number is converted into an alphanumeric value.

The output is the alphanumeric value.

Example

Lookup table

For numbers

CHARACTER,,0,,1,,2,,3,,4,,5,,6,,7,,8,,9,,

WEIGHT,,0,,1,,2,,3,,4,,5,,6,,7,,8,,9,,

For Upper Case Alphabets

CHARACTER,,A,,B,,C,,D,,E,,F,,G,,H,,I,,J,,K,,L,,M,,N,,O,,P,,Q,,R,,S,,T,,

WEIGHT,,10,,11,,12,,13,,14,,15,,16,,17,,18,,19,,20,,21,,22,,23,,24,,25,, 26,,27,,28,,29,,

CHARACTER,,U,,V,,W,,X,,Y,,Z,,

WEIGHT,,30,,31,,32,,33,,34,,35,,

For Lower Case Alphabets

CHARACTER,,a,,b,,c,,d,,e,,f,,g,,h,,i,,j,,k,,l,,m,,n,,o,,p,,q,,r,,s,,t,,

WEIGHT,,36,,37,,38,,39,,40,,41,,42,,43,,44,,45,,46,,47,,48,,49,,50,,51,, 52,,53,,54,,55,,

CHARACTER,,u,,v,,w,,x,,y,,z,,

WEIGHT,,56,,57,,58,,59,,60,,61,,

Suppose the next number received from the Function Module: LV_NUMBER = 1234567890

Convert A00000 to decimal system

= A * 62^5 + 0 * 62^4 + 0 * 62^3 + 0 * 62^2 + 0 * 62^1+ 0 * 62^0

= A * 916132832

= 10 * 916132832

= 9161328320

Add the converted number to LV_NUMBER

LV_NUMBER = 9161328320 + 1234567890

,, = 10395896210

STEP-1:

LV_NUMBER = 10395896210

10395896210 MOD 62 = 20 -> The character assigned to weight 20 from lookup table is: K

10395896210 REM 62 = 167675745 (Input for the next step)

STEP-2:

LV_NUMBER = 167675745

167675745 MOD 62 = 31,,-> The character assigned to weight 31 from lookup table is: V

167675745 REM 62 = 2704447 (Input for the next step)

STEP-3:

LV_NUMBER = 2704447

2704447 MOD 62 = 7-> The character assigned to weight 7 from lookup table is: 7

2704447 REM 62 = 43620 (Input for the next step)

STEP-4:

LV_NUMBER = 43620

43620 MOD 62 = 34-> The character assigned to weight 34 from lookup table is: Y

43620 REM 62 = 703 (Input for the next step)

STEP-5:

LV_NUMBER = 703

703 MOD 62 = 21-> The character assigned to weight 21 from lookup table is: L

703 REM 62 = 11 (Input for the next step)

From STEP 5 the remainder is 11, which is less than 62.

Therefore, the character to the weight 11 from the lookup table is: B

From the above calculations, the number generated is: BLY7VK

Thus, the final value will be BLY7VK, which will be passed to the BADI changing parameter.

Notes

Further information





Parameters

PV_INPUT
PV_OUTPUT

Exceptions

ALLOWED_RANGE_EXCEEDED

Function Group

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