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By using our **Binary Translator tool**, a binary string can be converted into ASCII code and UTF-8 Unicode easily. To use this binary code translator, you should have a binary string. Enter the binary numbers in the first input box labeled as “Binary Input.” There are two options to convert the binary value. It can be converted to ASCII as well as UTF-8 Unicode. Select the desired system to convert your input and press the “**Calculate**” button. It will instantly convert binary to English. You can see the output in the “**Result**” tab.

All characters are stored as binary data by computers. Binary codes use numbers 0 and 1 representing computer instructions or texts. A bit of string assignment is given for each command or symbol. Such strings may fit commands, letters, or symbols. Such instructions for decoding data are used in programming.

The binary numeral system is widely used in computer science and mathematics. The system shows values with the two symbols only. Binary quantities are commonly referred to as binary numbers.

For digital electronics and in the traditional electronic circuit, machines use the binary system internally by using logic gates of values of 0 and 1. The binary system is also used by computer-based devices, including cell phones.

The binary and base-10 systems typically used by humans can be converted to each other. It is also possible to convert from binary to hexadecimal and from hex to binary, in which the 4-digit binary represents one digit of hex. It is also possible to convert binary to decimal and vice versa. To reflect an octal digit, three binary figures are required. Binary code is used to represent text using the binary numbering system.

The binary system can become redundant in the future by incorporating quantum technologies. But only time will tell whether or not this happens. The binary number system now drives computer systems globally and allows the user to remain connected and carry out complex tasks.

To convert a text to binary, it needs to be converted in decimal and then to binary. You have to convert any letter in the ASCII chart to its decimal counterpart. ASCII charts are available easily, and the capital letter A is defined by 65 and the capital letter B by 66, etc. You can find the ASCII chart online to match the corresponding characters. Reference to an ASCII chart or using the table method is recommended for punctuation.

We will convert the phrase, “**BINARY TRANSLATOR**” to a decimal using the above-stated method. If “A” is represented by 65, it means “B” is 66. Our phrase starts from “B,” so the first number will be 66. All the characters should be converted to a decimal using the same process. In an ASCII chart, **space** is represented by **32,** and the space between “**BINARY**” and “**TRANSLATOR**” would be written as 32. So, the decimal version of the phrase “**BINARY TRANSLATOR**” will be “**66 73 78 65 82 89 32 84 82 65 78 83 76 65 84 79 82**.” Note that there are different characters for small and capital alphabets. For example, for small “**a**,” it is 97.

This is the second part to convert a text to binary. Now we have to convert the **decimal** string to **binary**. It is useful to know first how to decipher binary to understand how to code in binary. The 1s and 0s are a binary number, representing and bit an on/off state, which in effect exemplifies the strength of the base-2 system. The bits are decoded with the first bit representing 1, the second bit is 2, while the third bit is 4, and so on until you reach 8th, that is 128, and these are decoded from left to right. In each bit of a 1 to achieve the decimal equivalent, the value would be inserted.

To convert decimal to binary, Take every number and find the largest number with the bit below the number and turn it on as 1. The biggest bit under 72 in our example is the 7th, which accounts for 64. Deduct this bit from the number and use the remainder to do the same until a binary number equal to the decimal number is populated. The binary equivalent to 72 is 01001000, according to this logic. The 8 and 64 bits are in “on” state, which is 72 in total.

To translate the text into a binary, each letter or character of the text string has to be translated to its decimal counterpart, and then that decimal should be converted to binary form**.** The binary form of our phrase “**BINARY TRANSLATOR**” would look like this. Note that, in binary form, space is represented by **100000**.

**1000010 1001001 1001110 1000001 1010010 1011001 100000 1010100 1010010 1000001 1001110 1010011 1001100 1000001 1010100 1001111 1010010**

The conversion of binary to text is the exact reverse process, as we did in the previous section to convert text into a binary system. We had produced a binary string against the phrase “**BINARY TRANSLATOR**,” which was:

**1000010 1001001 1001110 1000001 1010010 1011001 100000 1010100 1010010 1000001 1001110 1010011 1001100 1000001 1010100 1001111 1010010**

To convert this binary string into text, first, we need to convert it to the decimal system. Because it cannot be directly converted into text. The reason behind converting a binary string to decimal is that there is an ASCII chart available for converting decimal to text. So, it would be convenient to convert binary into a decimal first.

The binary string can be converted manually to decimal, or our binary to decimal converter tool can be used to do the same. After converting our binary string to decimal, we got:

**66 73 78 65 82 89 32 84 82 65 78 83 76 65 84 79 82**

Now we have a decimal string that can be used to produce text using ASCII charts. ASCII charts have alphabet characters for each number in the decimal system. By using ASCII charts, we can easily translate every number to alphabets. By writing alphabet character against each number in our decimal string, we got our phrase back, which is “BINARY TRANSLATOR.”

For many items, the binary number system is beneficial. A computer flips switches to add numbers. You can stimulate computer addition by adding binary numbers to the system. There are now two main reasons for using the binary number system. It can provide a durability and safety protection framework. It also helps to reduce the required circuitry. It reduces the costs, space needed, and consumed energy.

ASCII Stands for American Standard Code for Information Interchange. These are regular characters, mainly consisting of letters and numbers with a few simple symbols which are known by all computers. It encodes the 52 upper case and low case letters, punctuation and some other symbols, and ten numerical digits of the Roman Alphabet by using 128 valid 7-bit integers. It is quite easy to exchange information between operating systems, various programs, and even multiple machines since virtually everyone agrees to use ASCII.

Simple texts and numbers are conveniently printed on almost every printer using ASCII. Every character in ASCII contains a number that is used by the machine to recognize the character. A capital “C” is represented by the number 67 in the ASCII code. ASCII contains a total of 256 characters. Only 128 characters are used, and the remaining characters are reserved for the computer system.

Unicode is **a standard format for in the industry to write text in encoding****.** Unicode is the first format that is developed to support every type of language. There are many character formats available but Unicode dominates all of them because of its versatility.

Unicode uses a code point to map each character to a specific code. The most used Unicode formats are UTF-8, 16, and UTF-32. **UTF-8 **is undoubtedly the most common encoding in the Unicode family, particularly on the Internet.

UTF-8 codes all Unicode-referred characters with1-to-4 8-bit bytes and is a variable-width text encoding. In 1992, Ken Thompson and Rob Pike designed it. The default encoding UTF-8 for HTML files is recommended by W3C, and statistics show that 91.3 percent of all Web pages used UTF-8 Unicode.

ASCII was the most prevalent encrypting in the computing world in the beginning. A number has been assigned to all letters, digits, and symbols in ASCII. It can only represent a limit of 255 characters, set at 8 bits, which is adequate.

Only the first 128 UTF-8 characters map precisely to ASCII because ASCII encodes 7-bit, which allows 128 combinations to be used. The UTF-8 is also highly efficient and completely compatible with ASCII because the Western languages are only coded with 1 byte for the most frequently used characters.