Write a function to find out whether the binary representation of a number is palindrome or not.

Example:

`> binaryPal(5)`

> true

> binaryPal(10)

> false

First, I convert the number to a string of base 2, then compare it to a reversed version of the string.

`const binaryPal = (num) => {`

const binary = Number(num).toString(2);

const binaryReverse = binary.split("").reverse().join("");

if (binary === binaryReverse) {

console.log(`${num} as binary: ${binary} => true`);

} else {

console.log(`${num} as binary: ${binary} => false`);

}

};

binaryPal(5);

binaryPal(10);

binaryPal(21);

binaryPal(100);

binaryPal(1000);

binaryPal(1001);

/*

5 as binary: 101 => true

10 as binary: 1010 => false

21 as binary: 10101 => true

100 as binary: 1100100 => false

1000 as binary: 1111101000 => false

1001 as binary: 1111101001 => false

*/