# String to binary converter

Enter ASCII/Unicode text string and press the Convert button (e.g enter "Example"
to get "01000101 01111000 01100001 01101101 01110000 01101100 01100101"):

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## How to Convert Text to String

Convert text to binary ASCII code:

1. Get character
2. Get decimal code of character from ASCII table
3. Convert decimal to binary byte
4. Continue with next character

#### Example

Convert "Plant trees" text to binary ASCII code:

Solution:

Use ASCII table to get ASCII code from character.

"P" => 80 = 26+24 = 010100002

"l" => 108 = 26+25+23+22 = 011011002

"a" => 97 = 26+25+20 = 011000012

For all the text characters you should get the binary bytes:

"01010000 01101100 01100001 01101110 01110100 00100000 01110100 01110010 01100101 01100101 01110011"

## How to convert 'A' character to binary?

Use ASCII table: 'A' = 6510 = 64+1 = 26+20 = 010000012

## How to convert '0' character to binary?

Use ASCII table: '0' = 4810 = 32+16 = 25+24 = 001100002

## ASCII text to hex,binary conversion table

ASCII
Character
NUL 00 00000000
SOH 01 00000001
STX 02 00000010
ETX 03 00000011
EOT 04 00000100
ENQ 05 00000101
ACK 06 00000110
BEL 07 00000111
BS 08 00001000
HT 09 00001001
LF 0A 00001010
VT 0B 00001011
FF 0C 00001100
CR 0D 00001101
SO 0E 00001110
SI 0F 00001111
DLE 10 00010000
DC1 11 00010001
DC2 12 00010010
DC3 13 00010011
DC4 14 00010100
NAK 15 00010101
SYN 16 00010110
ETB 17 00010111
CAN 18 00011000
EM 19 00011001
SUB 1A 00011010
ESC 1B 00011011
FS 1C 00011100
GS 1D 00011101
RS 1E 00011110
US 1F 00011111
Space 20 00100000
! 21 00100001
" 22 00100010
# 23 00100011
\$ 24 00100100
% 25 00100101
& 26 00100110
' 27 00100111
( 28 00101000
) 29 00101001
* 2A 00101010
+ 2B 00101011
, 2C 00101100
- 2D 00101101
. 2E 00101110
/ 2F 00101111
0 30 00110000
1 31 00110001
2 32 00110010
3 33 00110011
4 34 00110100
5 35 00110101
6 36 00110110
7 37 00110111
8 38 00111000
9 39 00111001
: 3A 00111010
; 3B 00111011
< 3C 00111100
= 3D 00111101
> 3E 00111110
? 3F 00111111
@ 40 01000000
A 41 01000001
B 42 01000010
C 43 01000011
D 44 01000100
E 45 01000101
F 46 01000110
G 47 01000111
H 48 01001000
I 49 01001001
J 4A 01001010
K 4B 01001011
L 4C 01001100
M 4D 01001101
N 4E 01001110
O 4F 01001111
P 50 01010000
Q 51 01010001
R 52 01010010
S 53 01010011
T 54 01010100
U 55 01010101
V 56 01010110
W 57 01010111
X 58 01011000
Y 59 01011001
Z 5A 01011010
[ 5B 01011011
\ 5C 01011100
] 5D 01011101
^ 5E 01011110
_ 5F 01011111
` 60 01100000
a 61 01100001
b 62 01100010
c 63 01100011
d 64 01100100
e 65 01100101
f 66 01100110
g 67 01100111
h 68 01101000
i 69 01101001
j 6A 01101010
k 6B 01101011
l 6C 01101100
m 6D 01101101
n 6E 01101110
o 6F 01101111
p 70 01110000
q 71 01110001
r 72 01110010
s 73 01110011
t 74 01110100
u 75 01110101
v 76 01110110
w 77 01110111
x 78 01111000
y 79 01111001
z 7A 01111010
{ 7B 01111011
| 7C 01111100
} 7D 01111101
~ 7E 01111110
DEL 7F 01111111

## Binary definition

In mathematics and digital electronics, a binary number is a number expressed in the base-2 numeral system or binary numeral system, which uses only two symbols: typically "0" (zero) and "1" (one).

The base-2 numeral system is a positional notation with a radix of 2. Each digit is referred to as a bit, or binary digit. Because of its straightforward implementation in digital electronic circuitry using logic gates, the binary system is used by almost all modern computers and computer-based devices, as a preferred system of use, over various other human techniques of communication, because of the simplicity of the language.

## String definition

A string literal or anonymous string[1] is a type of literal in programming for the representation of a string value within the source code of a computer program. Most often in modern languages this is a quoted sequence of characters (formally "bracketed delimiters"), as in x = "foo", where "foo" is a string literal with value foo – the quotes are not part of the value, and one must use a method such as escape sequences to avoid the problem of delimiter collision and allow the delimiters themselves to be embedded in a string. However, there are numerous alternate notations for specifying string literals, particularly more complicated cases, and the exact notation depends on the individual programming language in question. Nevertheless, there are some general guidelines that most modern programming languages follow.

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