# ASCII to Binary

ASCII is a code for representing English characters as numbers, with each letter assigned a number from 0 to 127. For example, the ASCII code for uppercase M is 77. Most computers use ASCII codes to represent text, which makes it possible to transfer data from one computer to another.

Binary is a base-2 number system that uses two digits (0 and 1). Computers use binary code when they store data or communicate with other computers. Because of its straightforward implementation in digital electronic circuitry using logic gates, the binary system is used internally by all modern computers.

ASCII and Binary are two different ways of representing information. ASCII represents information using seven bits of data per character, while Binary uses eight bits per character. ASCII is a more limited form of data, while Binary can represent a wider range of characters. When converting from ASCII to Binary, each ASCII character is represented by a seven-digit binary number. When converting from Binary to ASCII, each eight-digit binary number is represented by a single ASCII character.

Here is a quick example of Binary to ASCII conversion:

The binary number 1000001 represents the letter A in ASCII.

The binary number 1000010 represents the letter B in ASCII.

To convert from Binary to ASCII, you need to know the ASCII code for the character you are converting. You can look up the ASCII code for any character online or in a ASCII chart. Once you know the ASCII code, you can convert it to binary by breaking it down into eight digits.

Converting from ASCII to Binary

When converting from ASCII to Binary, each ASCII character is represented by a seven-digit binary number. ASCII uses eight bits per character, but only seven of those bits are used to represent the actual character. The remaining bit is used for parity checking.

To convert from ASCII to Binary, you first need to look up the ASCII code for the character you are converting. You can look up the ASCII code for any character online or in a ASCII chart. Once you know the ASCII code, you can convert it to binary by breaking it down into seven digits.

For example, if you want to convert the letter A to binary, you first need to look up the ASCII code for A, which is 65. To convert this number to binary, you need to break it down into seven digits:

01000001

The first digit (0) represents the parity bit, and the remaining six digits (1000001) represent the actual character.

Similarly, if you want to convert the letter B to binary, you first need to look up the ASCII code for B, which is 66. To convert this number to binary, you need to break it down into seven digits:

01000010

The first digit (0) represents the parity bit, and the remaining six digits (1000010) represent the actual character.

ASCII to Binary Converter Online

If you want to convert ASCII to Binary without doing any math, you can use an ASCII to Binary converter online. There are many ASCII to Binary converters available online, and they will all give you the same result.

To use an ASCII to Binary converter, simply enter the ASCII code for the character you want to convert, and the converter will output the corresponding binary number.

For example, if you enter the ASCII code for A (65), the converter will output 01000001. If you enter the ASCII code for B (66), the converter will output 01000010.

You can also use an ASCII to Binary converter to convert from Binary to ASCII. Simply enter the binary number you want to convert, and the converter will output the corresponding ASCII character.