ASCII to Binary

Convert your ASCII text to Binary format for free

What is ASCII?

ASCII, or American Standard Code for Information Interchange, is a coding system that computers and other digital devices use to represent text data. Developed in the 1960s, this system is based on 7-bit numerical values that represent letters of the English alphabet, numbers and some special characters.

ASCII was explicitly designed for encoding and reading simple English text. Each character is matched with a number from 0 to 127. For example, uppercase "A" has a value of 65 in ASCII, and lowercase "a" has a value of 97.

What is Binary?

Binary, or its other name, binary number system, is a system that expresses numbers using only two digits (0 and 1). This system, widely used in computer science and electronics, is the primary language of computers.

Computers process information using the difference between the presence (1) and absence (0) of electrical signals. Each 0 or 1 is called a bit. Computers use these bits to perform various tasks and store data.

Converting ASCII to Binary

ASCII to Binary conversion is the process of converting characters represented using the ASCII coding system to their equivalents in the binary number system. This process occurs by converting each ASCII character into its corresponding 7-bit binary number.

Our tool is specially designed so that you do not have to deal with these complex calculations. All you have to do is use our tool online. Our tool will do all the processing for you and ensure you get the Binary output you want.

How to Use ASCII to Binary Converter?

Step 1: Enter the ASCII value you want to convert in the first box.

Step 2: You can perform the conversion by clicking the "Convert" button. Our tool will instantly show you the ASCII text converted to binary.

Step 3: When the conversion is completed, your binary output will appear in the box. You can use it in any area you want by copying the binary output in the box.