# Binary to ASCII

Use the binary to ASCII text converter tool by entering a binary value, such as "you," which is 011110010110111101110101, and click the convert button. Up to 1024 binary characters can be converted to ASCII text. Decode binary into a legible ASCII text format.

### Binary System

The base of the binary numeral system is two (radix). It only has two numbers since it uses the base-2 numeral system: 0 and 1.

The binary system has been used for many reasons in ancient Egypt, China, and India. Still, in the modern era, it has taken on the role of the language of electronics and computers. This one is the most effective method for determining whether an electric signal is off (0) or on (1). It also serves as the foundation for the binary code computers utilize to construct data. Binary numerals are used in even the digital text you are reading right now.

Despite appearances, reading a binary number is simple: Every digit in a binary number is raised to the power of 2, starting with the rightmost digit (20) since this is a positional system. Each binary numeral in the binary system denotes a single bit.

### ASCII Text

One of the most widely used character encoding schemes is ASCII (American Standard Code for Information Interchange). ASCII, which was first created from telegraphic codes, is now often used in electronic communication to transmit text.

The ASCII code expresses text (characters) with various numbers because computers can only interpret numbers. A computer "understands" and displays text in this way.

The foundation of the original ASCII is 128 characters. The 26 letters of the English alphabet (in both upper and lower case), the digits 0 through 9, and several punctuation marks are included. Each character has a decimal value from 0 to 127 in the ASCII code. As an illustration, the ASCII value for the upper letter A is 65, while for the lower case A is 97.

## Conversion of Binary to String

A given binary integer will have a different text depending on the computer language. Theoretically, you could create a brand-new language and alphabet, encode it in binary, and output strings.

## Changing Binary to ASCII Text

How a computer interprets words is demonstrated by converting binary integers to ASCII letters. This conversion can be done manually or instead quickly with online converters.

### Two things are required to convert from ASCII to Binary:

An ASCII table, which displays the decimal codes for 128 symbols (10 numbers, 26 letters of the English alphabet, both lowercase and uppercase, as well as several punctuation marks and instructions), is shown first; second is; third. You should also be able to translate binary numbers into decimal numbers.

## Convert Binary To Decimal

### Here's a step-by-step guide on how to change binary into ASCII text:

**Step 1:** translate each binary integer into its decimal counterpart.

**Step 2:** Determine which letter or punctuation mark the decimal number corresponds to by looking it up in the ASCII table.

**Step 3:** The final letters are acquired to display the binary number's ASCII representation.

## Where in Memory Are ASCII Characters Stored and Retrievable?

The reality is that characters do not exist or exist in any form of computer data storage. Computers and other electronic gadgets merely store data as binary numbers. Computer devices must adhere to standard character-encoding methods to support characters to keep letters, words, and texts.

Table of Binary, Hexadecimal and ASCII values,

Binary | Hexadecimal | ASCII |
---|---|---|

00000000 | 00 | NUL |

00000001 | 01 | SOH |

00000010 | 02 | STX |

00000011 | 03 | ETX |

00000100 | 04 | EOT |

00000101 | 05 | ENQ |

00000110 | 06 | ACK |

00000111 | 07 | BEL |

00001000 | 08 | BS |

00001001 | 09 | HT |

00001010 | 0A | LF |

00001011 | 0B | VT |

00001100 | 0C | FF |

00001101 | 0D | CR |

00001110 | 0E | SO |

00001111 | 0F | SI |

00010000 | 10 | DLE |

00010001 | 11 | DC1 |

00010010 | 12 | DC2 |

00010011 | 13 | DC3 |

00010100 | 14 | DC4 |

00010101 | 15 | NAK |

00010110 | 16 | SYN |

00010111 | 17 | ETB |

00011000 | 18 | CAN |

00011001 | 19 | EM |

00011010 | 1A | SUB |

00011011 | 1B | ESC |

00011100 | 1C | FS |

00011101 | 1D | GS |

00011110 | 1E | RS |

00011111 | 1F | US |

00100000 | 20 | Space |

00100001 | 21 | ! |

00100010 | 22 | " |

00100011 | 23 | # |

00100100 | 24 | $ |

00100101 | 25 | % |

00100110 | 26 | & |

00100111 | 27 | ' |

00101000 | 28 | ( |

00101001 | 29 | ) |

00101010 | 2A | * |

00101011 | 2B | + |

00101101 | 2D | - |

00101110 | 2E | . |

00101111 | 2F | / |

00110000 | 30 | 0 |

00110001 | 31 | 1 |

00110010 | 32 | 2 |

00110011 | 33 | 3 |

00110100 | 34 | 4 |

00110101 | 35 | 5 |

00110110 | 36 | 6 |

00110111 | 37 | 7 |

00111000 | 38 | 8 |

00111001 | 39 | 9 |

00111010 | 3A | : |

00111011 | 3B | ; |

00111100 | 3C | < |

00111101 | 3D | = |

00111110 | 3E | > |

00111111 | 3F | ? |

01000000 | 40 | @ |

01000001 | 41 | A |

01000010 | 42 | B |

01000011 | 43 | C |

01000100 | 44 | D |

01000101 | 45 | E |

01000110 | 46 | F |

01000111 | 47 | G |

01001000 | 48 | H |

01001001 | 49 | I |

01001010 | 4A | J |

01001011 | 4B | K |

01001100 | 4C | L |

01001101 | 4D | M |

01001110 | 4E | N |

01001111 | 4F | O |

01010000 | 50 | P |

01010001 | 51 | Q |

01010010 | 52 | R |

01010011 | 53 | S |

01010100 | 54 | T |

01010101 | 55 | U |

01010110 | 56 | V |

01010111 | 57 | W |

01011000 | 58 | X |

01011001 | 59 | Y |

01011010 | 5A | Z |

01011011 | 5B | [ |

01011100 | 5C | \ |

01011101 | 5D | ] |

01011110 | 5E | ^ |

01011111 | 5F | _ |

01100000 | 60 | ` |

01100001 | 61 | a |

01100010 | 62 | b |

01100011 | 63 | c |

01100100 | 64 | d |

01100101 | 65 | e |

01100110 | 66 | f |

01100111 | 67 | g |

01101000 | 68 | h |

01101001 | 69 | i |

01101010 | 6A | j |

01101011 | 6B | k |

01101100 | 6C | l |

01101101 | 6D | m |

01101110 | 6E | n |

01101111 | 6F | o |

01110000 | 70 | p |

01110001 | 71 | q |

01110010 | 72 | r |

01110011 | 73 | s |

01110100 | 74 | t |

01110101 | 75 | u |

01110110 | 76 | v |

01110111 | 77 | w |

01111000 | 78 | x |

01111001 | 79 | y |

01111010 | 7A | z |

01111011 | 7B | { |

01111100 | 7C | | |

01111101 | 7D | } |

01111110 | 7E | ~ |

01111111 | 7F | DEL |