Convert Text to Binary code!
ASCII (American Standard Code for Information Interchange) is one of the most common characters encoding standards.
ASCII was originally developed using telegraphic codes. It is widely used today in electronic communication to convey text.
Computers can only understand numbers so the ASCII code is text (characters) that have different numbers. This is how computers 'understand' text and display it.
Original ASCII was based on 128 characters. These 26 letters are in both lower and higher case. They also include numbers from 0 through 9, and several punctuation marks. Each of these characters is assigned a decimal number between 0 and 127 in the ASCII code. The ASCII representation for A in uppercase is 65, and A in lowercase is 97.
Binary code is any code that uses only two symbols to indicate information. There have been many versions of the binary codes that have been used in different contexts for centuries. Braille uses raised and unraised bumps for information to the blind. Morse code uses short and long signals to communicate information. The above example uses 0s, 1s, and 1s sets to represent letters. The most common use of binary is in computers: text to the binary translator. This is how most computers and other computer devices send, receive and store information.
Take a look at the table below to see how you can spell something using UTF-8 binary code. Give it a name!
Translate each letter in your name to binary. Find the 8-bit binary sequence. Write it down with a little space between each 8-bit set. If your name begins with A, 01000001 is your first letter according to English to the binary code generator.
You can't use a table to write your name. We have created a word to the binary converter so that you can convert alphabet letters to binary code.
01101000 01100101 01101100 01101100 01101111