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Octave: how to do binary calculations?

What is the Octave NaN for? Is dot wrong delimiter? >> bin2dec ('10.1') ans = NaN
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GNU Octave: How to change base from DEC to BIN?

I need to do many binary calculations of the form: 10.1^(1/11) base 2 10.001^(1/11) base 2 10.0001^(1/11) base 2 10.00001^(1/11) base 2 10.000001^(1/11) base 2 ... where 1/11 base 2 = 1/3 base 10. ...