# Integer extractor

## World's simplest integer tool

This browser-based app finds all integers in the given textual input data and extracts the individual values to the output field. You can choose to extract only the positive and/or negative integers or integers from a specific range. All extracted integers can be sorted in descending or increasing order and you can also extract the decimal point part, preserve the comma thousands delimiter, and change the format for printing the output integer list. Created by math nerds from team Browserling.

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Integer extractor tool
What is a integer extractor?

With this online program, you can extract all integers from the given data. It scans the entered text, searches for as many consecutive digits as possible, and displays them in the output area. It offers various integer extraction modes that can be selected in the first options block. For example, you can select the positive integer mode and extract only those integers that are greater than zero. Similarly, the negative integer filter will extract only the integers with a minus sign in front of them. There's also the integer range mode that lets you specify the minimum and maximum limit of the values that you need to extract. By default, all integers that are found are displayed in the order they appeared in the input data. This behavior can also be customized and you can quickly sort the integers in ascending or descending order in the second block of options. This utility is able to find integers of arbitrary size with an unlimited amount of digits. Integers that use the thousands group separator can also be detected and extracted. To save the thousands delimiter in the output, use the preserve format option in the third block of options. Although this app primarily focuses on integers only, often your input values will contain decimal fractions. We added another simple checkbox option in the third column of options that includes the decimal dot and the decimal part in the integer search. With this option, you can extract decimal numbers. When the integers get printed to the screen, you can adjust the character that's used to separate them. By default, each integer is printed on a new line but you can use a comma, a space, or a semicolon and get a customized output list of extracted integers. Integerabulous!

Integer extractor examples
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Periodic Table

In this example, we extract integer values from the text information about the periodic table of elements. To make sure we don't miss any values, we activate the extraction mode that searches for all integers. We print each value on a new line in the order it was used in the input data.

The periodic table contains 118 chemical elements. Of these, 94 were found in nature, the remaining 24 were obtained in laboratories. Under normal conditions, 11 elements are gases, 2 are liquids, and 105 are solid.

118
94
24
11
2
105

**Required options**

Print all integers found in the data.

Print integers in the order
they are found in the data.

Also extract decimal numbers.

Separate extracted integers
by this symbol.

Solar System Temperatures

In this example, we're working with scientific data that shows the average temperatures on different planets of the solar system and we're interested in cold planets. We'd like to find all negative temperatures in the data, so we use the "Extract Negative Integers" mode to extract temperatures below zero. The temperatures of some planets are shown with an accuracy of one decimal place, so in order to extract precise values, we use the "Match Fractions" option. We sort the temperature in increasing order and display them separated by commas.

Mercury — 430°C during the day, -180°C at night
Venus — 471°C
Earth — 16.5°C
Mars — -28.2°C
Jupiter — -108.7°C
Saturn — -138°C
Uranus — -195°C
Neptune — -201°C
Pluto — -233°C

-233, -201, -195, -180, -138, -108.7, -28.2

**Required options**

Print only the negative integers.

Print integers from the
smallest to the largest.

Also extract decimal numbers.

Separate extracted integers
by this symbol.

Population in Capital Cities

This example loads a list of largest national capitals together with the number of inhabitants in each city. There are millions of people living in the biggest cities and to better visualize the magnitude of these integer numbers, they use comma delimiters in the thousands positions. To preserving these commas in the output, we use the "Preserve Format" option. We also extract only those integers that are in the range from 8,000,000 to 15,000,000, using the range extraction method. The output values are sorted in order from the biggest to smallest and the values are displayed in a vertical column.

Beijing — 21,542,000
Berlin — 3,748,148
Tokyo — 13,929,286
Tunis — 767,629
Jakarta — 10,075,310
Rome — 2,868,104
Lima — 8,852,000
London — 8,908,081

13,929,286
10,075,310
8,908,081
8,852,000

**Required options**

Print integers from the given range.

Range start.

Range end.

Print integers from the
largest to the smallest.

Also extract decimal numbers.

Keep thousands separator
commas in the output.

Separate extracted integers
by this symbol.

Pro tips
Master online integer tools

You can pass input to this tool via

__?input__query argument and it will automatically compute output. Here's how to type it in your browser's address bar. Click to try!
https://onlineintegertools.com/extract-integers-from-data

__?input__=The%20periodic%20table%20contains%20118%20chemical%20elements.%20Of%20these%2C%2094%20were%20found%20in%20nature%2C%20the%20remaining%2024%20were%20obtained%20in%20laboratories.%20Under%20normal%20conditions%2C%2011%20elements%20are%20gases%2C%202%20are%20liquids%2C%20and%20105%20are%20solid.&extract-all=true&do-not-sort=true&output-sep=%5Cn&match-fractions=false
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Quickly sort the individual digits of an integer.

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Quickly decrease all integers by a certain amount.

Quickly decrease individual digits by a certain amount.

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Quickly convert integers to base sixteen.

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AND Integers

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OR Integers

Quickly apply the bitwise OR operation to integers.

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Quickly apply the bitwise XOR operation to integers.

NOT Integers

Quickly apply the bitwise NOT operation to integers.

NAND Integers

Quickly apply the bitwise NAND operation to integers.

NOR Integers

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Calculate the partial sum of a bunch of integers.

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Left-pad Integers

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Right-pad Integers

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Right-align Integers

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Center Integers

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Take Absolute Value of Integers

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Make All Integers Negative

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