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Binary Translator

Enter the binary code in binary translator to convert it into text or ASCII.

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Binary Translator

Binary translator helps to translate binary numerals into ASCII. This binary translator helps to translate binary code into English with the help of two well-known methods: ASCII & Unicode.

What is the binary numeral system?

The binary system of numbers has 2 as its base. It uses only two digits “0 and 1” in its structure. The number “2” is represented by “0010” in the binary numeral system. Each digit of this binary number is said to be a bit. In a binary number, the most left bit is the most significant bit, whereas the bit on the most right side is the least significant. 

For example, in “1010” the most significant bit is “1” and the least significant bit and “0” is the least significant bit. 

What is ASCII?

The term ASCII stands for the American Standard Code for Information Interchange. This code is used to represent text, digits, and some other special characters, all modern characters are encoded in ASCII.

The following data sets are encoded in ASCII:

  • The pairs of hexadecimal digits, base-16 numbers, and the numbers are represented as 0 to 9, and the 10 to 15 numbers are represented by the alphabets “A to F” 
  • The base-8 numbers (3 digit octal) numbers. 
  • Decimal numbers from 0 to 127. 

ASCII helps developers design interfaces that are easily understandable by humans and computers. This code is a string of characters that can be translated and shown as plain readable text for humans and at the same time it works as data for computers. 

How to translate binary to text?

The above binary translator will help you to translate binary code. The ASCII symbols are also helpful for solving binary-to-text. 

Binary Code

ASCII 

00101010

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01101010j
01101011k
01101111g
01110111w

How to translate binary into ASCII?

The binary translator above is an easy-to-use tool that can be used to convert a binary code to ASCII and vice versa.

The ASCII code is accepted universally, programmers use this code to simplify tasks, and if we change even a single bit the meaning of that code will become different. For example, if we write “01000010” then in ASCII it is represented as “B”, on the other hand, 01100010 represents “b”.

Example

Represent “WHO ARE YOU” in binary numerals using the above table:

Solution: 

Step 1: Find the corresponding binary numerals of the given data:

  • W    0101 0111
  • H    0100 1000
  • O    0100 1111
  • A    0100 0001
  • R    0101 0010
  • E    0100 0101
  • Y    0101 1001
  • U    0101 0101
  • Space    0010 0000

Step 2: Now arrange the numerals in the required sequence. 

WHO ARE YOU

0101 0111 0100 1000 0100 1111 0010 0000 0100 0001 0101 0010 0100 0101 0010 0000 0101 1001 0100 1111 0101 0101

Step 3: Arrange the above numerals in 8-bit binary. 

01010111 01001000 01001111 00100000 01000001 01010010 01000101 00100000 01011001 01001111 01010101

The above binary numeral are representing “WHO ARE YOU” in 8-bit binary format

And if the code "01010111 01001000 01001111 00100000 01000001 01010010 01000101 00100000 01011001 01001111 01010101" is given you can translate it to ASCII that is “WHO ARE YOU”.

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