Convert your texts to binary, octal and hexadecimal code in the easiest and fastest way.
With this tool your texts will be translated into these three systems at the same time. Just paste or type what you want and press "convert", ... you will have the result instantly.
When you type a text and then press "convert", the text is first transformed into the Unicode value corresponding to each character (either a
letter, number, sign or hard space), and then, that Unicode value is transformed into binary, octal and hexadecimal code.
But surely you will ask yourself "What is Unicode?". Below, I will show you a brief explanation of what Unicode is and also recommendations for writing and using this tool.
"Unicode is a character coding standard designed to facilitate computer processing, transmission and display of numerous texts languages and technical disciplines ... "
"Unicode defines each character or symbol by means of a name and numerical identifier, ... It also includes other information for the correct use of each character, such as writing system, category, directionality, capital letters and other attributes. " Wikipedia.com
This means that they don't have the same value, for example, the alphabetic character that represents the capital letter "A", that the character that represents the lowercase letter "a", therefore, you should keep this in mind when writing your text. It's also important to clarify that if you write a number, you will be will show the binary, octal and hexadecimal value of the character that represents that number, not the numerical equivalence.
If you want to pass decimal numbers to binary, octal and hexadecimal, you should use this tool: "Decimal to binary". Let's continue.
"Unicode includes all the characters in common use today. Version 11.0 contains 137374 characters of alphabets, Ideographic systems and symbol collections (mathematicians, technicians, musicals, icons ...). The amount grows with each version... The basic element of the Unicode standard is character. The smallest element of a meaningful writing system is considered a character."
"Character types: Graphic characters: letters, diacritical signs, figures, punctuation, symbols and spaces. Format characters: invisible characters that affect the text process. Examples: line break, paragraph break, hard space, etc. Control Codes. Private characters. Reserved characters. Substitutes lower or higher. Without characters." Wikipedia.com
The important thing about this last part is that you should keep in mind that "hard spaces" and "line breaks", even if they are invisible, also have a value Unicode, therefore, when writing a text and pressing "convert," note that the binary, octal and hexadecimal values of these invisible characters will appear.
So that you can individually identify the binary, octal and hexadecimal value of each character, the value of each will be separated by a
The following image explains how the results are shown:
As we can see, each character of the text "Hi !" it's represented separately to facilitate the identification of the value of each. We can also see that "hard-space" has a value: 100000.
Having said all this ... then I leave this article passed to binary text.