# Integer joiner

## World's simplest integer tool

This online utility merges together integers and prints a larger joined integer in the output. Integer parts can be separated by any character and can appear in arbitrary text. In the options, you can list all separator characters and also specify the character that goes between the merged integer pieces. By cleverly selecting other options you can also clean-up mistakes in integer data and even form groups of integer digits. Created by math nerds from team Browserling.

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Integer joiner tool
What is a integer joiner?

With this browser-based application, you can join partial integers and create a single long integer. It's especially useful for reconstructing damaged integers that have been accidentally split into multiple lines or that have had unexpected spaces added between the digits. To merge the integer pieces, all you have to do is paste them in the input field and adjust the separator symbol that goes between them. You can also paste a snippet of text with sequential integer pieces in it and they will get merged in-place and the entire text will be returned in the output. For example, to merge several integers on different lines, enter the newline character "\n" in the integer piece separator field. Similarly, to remove extra commas in an integer with thousands separators, enter the character "," in the same field. You can also use multiple integer chunk separators in options at once. For example, if you enter the characters ".-" and the input contains a phone number "999.423-1900", then you will get "9994231900" in the output. By default, the program joins all sequential chunks that have any of the delimiter characters between them. Sometimes there are multiple delimiters between the chunks so if you select the "Allow Repeated Separators" option, then chunks with repeated separator symbols between them will get joined. For example, if this option is selected and the separator character is a dot ".", then the input "123....456..789" will be transformed into "123456789". There's also an option to change the join character. By default, this character is the empty character and when the chunks get glued together, this character is inserted between every chunk. For example, if the input is "333;444;555", the split character is ";", and the glue character is "-", then the output will be "333-444-555". There are two additional options that control how often the glue character is inserted between the smaller integer pieces. You can put it between a certain amount of pieces or put it between a certain amount of digits and form groups of integers or groups of integer digits. Integerabulous!

Integer joiner examples
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Join Decillion's Zeros

In this example, we're fixing a huge integer (one decillion) that for clarity has been written with spaces as thousands separators. We don't really need all these spaces, so we put the whitespace symbol in the integer chunk separator option and leave the glue character field empty. As a result, we get a single integer with all the zeros joined.

1 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000

1000000000000000000000000000000000

**Required options**

Find integer pieces separated
by these characters.

Characters that separate integer
pieces can repeat more than once.

Symbol that merges integer
chunks.
(Empty symbol by default).

Insert the join symbol
between all chunks.

Merge Astronomical Data

In this example, a cat jumped on planetary scientist's keyboard and inserted unnecessary dash and colon symbols in the time data that summarized the hours, minutes, and seconds in a solar year. To clear the integers of the unwanted cat's key presses and restore time integers, we enter the characters "-" and ":" in the input delimiter field and enable the "Allow Repeated Separators" option. Also, to improve the readability of the data, we formed groups of digits in the output by inserting a comma character every three digits from the right.

One year is:
87-65 hours, 4:8 minutes, 46.0:8 seconds
5-2::59-48 minutes, 46.08 seconds
3-1:5---56-92::6.08 seconds

One year is:
8,765 hours, 48 minutes, 46.08 seconds
525,948 minutes, 46.08 seconds
31,556,926.08 seconds

**Required options**

Find integer pieces separated
by these characters.

Characters that separate integer
pieces can repeat more than once.

Symbol that merges integer
chunks.
(Empty symbol by default).

Insert join symbols starting from
the end of the integer.

Insert the join symbol every
this many digits.

Join Phone Numbers

This example merges the digits of phone numbers by connecting all digits together. Phone number chunks are scattered across multiple lines, therefore to join them together, we enter the newline character "\n" in the piece separator field. The merging algorithm then finds all consecutive phone number parts and puts them on a single line. It also adds the dash character between every two integer chunks so the phone numbers are in xxxx-xxxx format.

- looking for an apartment?
call 12
22
34
35
- lost an item?
call 77
00
88
99
- want to rent a car?
call 99
22
70
07

- looking for an apartment?
call 1222-3435
- lost an item?
call 7700-8899
- want to rent a car?
call 9922-7007

**Required options**

Find integer pieces separated
by these characters.

Characters that separate integer
pieces can repeat more than once.

Symbol that merges integer
chunks.
(Empty symbol by default).

Insert join symbols starting from
the beginning of the integer.

Insert the join symbol every
this many chunks.

Pro tips
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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/join-integers

__?input__=1%20000%20000%20000%20000%20000%20000%20000%20000%20000%20000%20000&integer-piece-separators=%20&allow-repeated-separators=false&join-symbol=&default-grouping=true
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