Just because making strings longer doesn't help.
npm install bigga
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Makes things take up more space. You can turn anything in to a string of numbers and letters.
Not sure where you would ever use this. but you know just in case.
Works in your browser and in your node.js.
var bigga = require('bigga');
var big = bigga.encode(data, radix);
var big = bigga(data, radix);
Works out what radix you used.
var data = bigga.encode(big);
Even Bigger Mode
Returns true for on and false for off;