## Binary to Text Translator

Enter binary numbers with any prefix / postfix / delimiter and press the *Convert* button

(E.g: 01000101 01111000 01100001 01101101 01110000 01101100 01100101):

ASCII text encoding uses fixed 1 byte for each character.

UTF-8 text encoding uses variable number of bytes for each character. This requires delimiter between each binary number.

## How to Convert Binary to Text

Convert binary ASCII code to text:

- Get binary byte
- Convert binary byte to decimal
- Get character of ASCII code from ASCII table
- Continue with next byte

#### Example

Convert “01010000 01101100 01100001 01101110 01110100 00100000 01110100 01110010 01100101 01100101 01110011” binary ASCII code to text:

Use ASCII table to get character from ASCII code.

01010000_{2} = 2 6 +2 4 = 64+16 = 80 => “P”

01101100_{2} = 2 6 +2 5 +2 3 +2 2 = 64+32+8+4 = 108 => “l”

01100001_{2} = 2 6 +2 5 +2 0 = 64+32+1 = 97 => “a”

For all the binary bytes you should get the text:

## How to convert Binary to Text?

- Get binary byte code
- Convert binary byte to decimal
- Get character of decimal ASCII code from ASCII table
- Continue with next binary byte

## How to use Binary to Text converter?

- Paste binary byte codes in input text box.
- Select character encoding type.
- Press the Convert button.

## How to convert Binary code to English?

- Get binary byte code
- Convert binary byte to decimal
- Get english letter of decimal ASCII code from ASCII table
- Continue with next binary byte

## How to convert 01000001 binary to text?

Use ASCII table:

01000001 = 2^6+2^0 = 64+1 = 65 = ‘A’ character

## How to convert 00110000 binary to text?

Use ASCII table:

00110000 = 2^5+2^4 = 2^5+2^4 = 32+16 = 48 = ‘0’ character

## Print an integer in binary format in Java

I have a number and I want to print it in binary. I don’t want to do it by writing an algorithm, Is there any built-in function for that in Java?

## 20 Answers 20

Assuming you mean “built-in”:

( Long has a similar method, BigInteger has an instance method where you can specify the radix.)

Here no need to depend only on binary or any other format. one flexible built in function is available That prints whichever format you want in your program.. Integer.toString(int,representation);

I needed something to print things out nicely and separate the bits every n-bit. In other words display the leading zeros and show something like this:

So here’s what I wrote:

Invoke it like this:

check out this logic can convert a number to any base

**OR**

This is the **simplest way** of printing the **internal binary representation** of an integer. *For Example*: If we take n as 17 then the output will be: **0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0001 0001**

Simply try it. If the scope is only printing the binary values of the given integer value. It can be positive or negative.

**input**

**Output**

Solution using 32 bit display mask,

Simple and pretty easiest solution.

There are already good answers posted here for this question. But, this is the way I’ve tried myself (and might be the easiest logic based → *modulo/divide/add*):

The question is tricky in java (and probably also in other language).

A Integer is a 32-bit **signed** data type, but Integer.toBinaryString() returns a string representation of the integer argument as an **unsigned** integer in base 2.

So, Integer.parseInt(Integer.toBinaryString(X),2) can generate an exception (signed vs. unsigned).

The safe way is to use Integer.toString(X,2); this will generate something less elegant:

I think it’s the simplest algorithm so far (for those who don’t want to use built-in functions):

**convertNumber(1)** –> **“0b1”**

**convertNumber(5)** –> **“0b101”**

**convertNumber(117)** –> **“0b1110101”**

*How it works:* while-loop moves a-number to the right (replacing the last bit with second-to-last, etc), gets the last bit’s value and puts it in StringBuilder, repeats until there are no bits left (that’s when a=0).

## Binary to Ascii Text Converter

In order to use this **binary to ascii text converter** tool, type a binary value, i.e. 011110010110111101110101, to get “you” and push the convert button. You can convert up to 1024 binary characters to ascii text. Decode *binary to ascii text* readable format.

## Binary System

The **binary numeral system** uses the number 2 as its base (radix). As a base-2 numeral system, it consists of only two numbers: 0 and 1.

While it has been applied in ancient Egypt, China and India for different purposes, the binary system has become the language of electronics and computers in the modern world. This is the most efficient system to detect an electric signal’s off (0) and on (1) state. It is also the basis for binary code that is used to compose data in computer-based machines. Even the digital text that you are reading right now consists of binary numbers.

Reading a binary number is easier than it looks: This is a positional system; therefore, every digit in a binary number is raised to the powers of 2, starting from the rightmost with 2 0 . In the binary system, each binary digit refers to 1 bit.

## ASCII Text

**ASCII** (American Standard Code for Information Interchange) is one of the most common character encoding standards. Originally developed from telegraphic codes, ASCII is now widely used in electronic communication for conveying text.

As computers can only understand numbers, the ASCII code represents text (characters) with different numbers. This is how a computer ‘understands’ and shows text.

The original ASCII is based on 128 characters. These are the 26 letters of the English alphabet (both in lower and upper cases); numbers from 0 to 9; and various punctuation marks. In the ASCII code, each of these characters are assigned a decimal number from 0 to 127. For example, the ASCII representation of upper case A is 65 and the lower case a is 97.

### Binary to String Conversion

The string for a given binary number will depend on the programming language. Theoretically you can invent your own alphabet and language, encode it in binary and produce strings.

### How to Convert Binary to ASCII Text

Converting binary numbers to ASCII text shows how a computer understand words. While online converters make this conversion very easy, it can also be done manually.

To convert from ASCII to Binary, two things are needed:

1. An ASCII table, which shows the decimal codes for 128 symbols (10 digits, 26 letters of the English alphabet both in lower and upper case, a number of punctuation marks and commands );

2. In addition, you should also know how to convert binary numbers to decimal numbers.

Binary To Decimal Converter

Here is how to convert binary to ASCII text step by step:

**Step 1**: Convert each of the binary numbers to their decimal equivalent.**Step 2**: Look up the decimal number from the ASCII table to figure out what letter or punctuation mark it is assigned to.**Step 3**: The letters acquired at the end show the ASCII text for the given binary number.

#### Binary to ASCII Text Conversion Examples

Example: 01110111 01101111 01110010 01100100

**Step 1**: Start by converting the binary numbers in groups of eight from the left to right. Using the subtraction method in reverse would render this binary to decimal conversion faster.

**Step 2**: Look up the decimal numbers 119, 111, 114 and 100 in the ASCII table. 119 is w, 111 is o, 114 is r and 100 is d.

Therefore, the ASCII text for the given binary number is word.

Also check the Binary Ascii Conversion Table how to convert binary to ascii text.