Numbers base 36
This is a bit Cish but you could input a plain string and then convert it to an integer using strtol(l) with a base argument of 36. The set of valid digits for base2 integer is 01, for base3 integer is 012, and so on.To work the program Enter the base of the number you plan on entering in the top drop down box, that's 36 (if you're going to enter a number with letters in it), then click or type in a numberyourname using either keyboard (if you enter numbers using the keyboard you type on with your fingers, you'll have to click compute also), and it will return your name in whatever base you have numbers base 36
Base36 uses numbers to handle the first ten digits. Digits 11 through 36 are referenced with the alphabet from A to Z. We know the order of numbers from 0 to 9, and we know the alphabet, so we can anticipate the progression. By using the base36 number, massively bigger numbers can be referenced with an economy of size.