# Binary to ASCII

## convert binary data into ASCII text

**Binary to ASCII Converter**

Binary to ASCII converter is an online tool that helps you convert binary data into ASCII text in a few seconds. Simply paste your binary code and press the ‘convert’ button to get results.

If you want to convert ASCII to Binary, please use this tool >>>** ASCII to Binary**

**What is binary?**

A binary number is a number expressed in the base-2 numeral system or binary numeral system, a method of mathematical expression which uses only two symbols: typically "0" (zero) and "1" (one).

he 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 and the noise immunity in physical implementation.

### Hexadecimal System (Hex System)

The **hexadecimal system (shortly hex)**, uses the number 16 as its base (radix). As a base-16 numeral system, it uses 16 symbols. These are the 10 decimal digits (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9) and the first six letters of the English alphabet (A, B, C, D, E, F). The letters are used because of the need to represent the values 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 and 15 each in one single symbol.

Hex is used in mathematics and information technologies as a more friendly way to represent binary numbers. Each hex digit represents four binary digits; therefore, hex is a language to write binary in an abbreviated form.

Four binary digits (also called nibbles) make up half a byte. This means one byte can carry binary values from 0000 0000 to 1111 1111. In hex, these can be represented in a friendlier fashion, ranging from 00 to FF.

In html programming, colors can be represented by a 6-digit hexadecimal number: FFFFFF represents white whereas 000000 represents black.

**ASCII Characters To Binary Numbers Conversion Table**

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

NUL | 00000000 |

SOH | 00000001 |

STX | 00000010 |

ETX | 00000011 |

EOT | 00000100 |

ENQ | 00000101 |

ACK | 00000110 |

BEL | 00000111 |

BS | 00001000 |

HT | 00001001 |

LF | 00001010 |

VT | 00001011 |

FF | 00001100 |

CR | 00001101 |

SO | 00001110 |

SI | 00001111 |

DLE | 00010000 |

DC1 | 00010001 |

DC2 | 00010010 |

DC3 | 00010011 |

DC4 | 00010100 |

NAK | 00010101 |

SYN | 00010110 |

ETB | 00010111 |

CAN | 00011000 |

EM | 00011001 |

SUB | 00011010 |

ESC | 00011011 |

FS | 00011100 |

GS | 00011101 |

RS | 00011110 |

US | 00011111 |

Space | 00100000 |

! | 00100001 |

" | 00100010 |

# | 00100011 |

$ | 00100100 |

% | 00100101 |

& | 00100110 |

' | 00100111 |

( | 00101000 |

) | 00101001 |

* | 00101010 |

+ | 00101011 |

- | 00101101 |

. | 00101110 |

/ | 00101111 |

0 | 00110000 |

1 | 00110001 |

2 | 00110010 |

3 | 00110011 |

4 | 00110100 |

5 | 00110101 |

6 | 00110110 |

7 | 00110111 |

8 | 00111000 |

9 | 00111001 |

: | 00111010 |

; | 00111011 |

< | 00111100 |

= | 00111101 |

> | 00111110 |

? | 00111111 |

@ | 01000000 |

A | 01000001 |

B | 01000010 |

C | 01000011 |

D | 01000100 |

E | 01000101 |

F | 01000110 |

G | 01000111 |

H | 01001000 |

I | 01001001 |

J | 01001010 |

K | 01001011 |

L | 01001100 |

M | 01001101 |

N | 01001110 |

O | 01001111 |

P | 01010000 |

Q | 01010001 |

R | 01010010 |

S | 01010011 |

T | 01010100 |

U | 01010101 |

V | 01010110 |

W | 01010111 |

X | 01011000 |

Y | 01011001 |

Z | 01011010 |

[ | 01011011 |

\ | 01011100 |

] | 01011101 |

^ | 01011110 |

_ | 01011111 |

` | 01100000 |

a | 01100001 |

b | 01100010 |

c | 01100011 |

d | 01100100 |

e | 01100101 |

f | 01100110 |

g | 01100111 |

h | 01101000 |

i | 01101001 |

j | 01101010 |

k | 01101011 |

l | 01101100 |

m | 01101101 |

n | 01101110 |

o | 01101111 |

p | 01110000 |

q | 01110001 |

r | 01110010 |

s | 01110011 |

t | 01110100 |

u | 01110101 |

v | 01110110 |

w | 01110111 |

x | 01111000 |

y | 01111001 |

z | 01111010 |

{ | 01111011 |

| | 01111100 |

} | 01111101 |

~ | 01111110 |

DEL | 01111111 |