Converts a number to a string with the given radix.

### Declaration

BASE(number, radix, min_length) -> string

### Parameters

**number**(required, type:*number*)- The decimal number to be converted to
**radix**.

**radix**(required, type:*number*)- The radix or base the number should be converted to.

**min_length**(optional, type:*number*)- The minimum length the String should be. If the converted number contains less than
**min_length**digits, it will be prefixed with zeros making the final string**min_length**long.

### Return Values

**string**(type:*number*)- The converted number as a string

### Examples

In addition to the normal digits zero through nine, the base 16 number system also represents digits with the characters 'a', 'b', 'c', 'd', 'e', and 'f'. A rather famous hexadecimal number in computer science is the number **3735928559**.

`BASE(3735928559, 16) -> "deadbeef"`

We could prefix eight zeros by specifying that the string should be no less than sixteen digits long.

`BASE(3735928559, 16, 16) -> "00000000deadbeef"`

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