# ASCII to Decimal

## ASCII to Decimal Converter

ASCII to decimal converter allows you to easily convert ASCII to decimal. This ASCII converter can convert ASCII to Decimal, hex, binary, and base64.

The ASCII system originally consists of 128 characters. These are 26 characters, in both the lower and upper cases, in the English alphabet, numbers between 0 and 9, and different marks of punctuation. In the ASCII code, a decimal number from 0 to 127 is assigned to each character. For example, ASCII is 66 for the upper case B and 98 for the lower case b.

The decimal number system is the standard system most commonly used in everyday life. The base (radix) is number 10 in the decimal system. Thus it has ten symbols (0 - 9) which i.e., 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9.

## How to use ASCII to Decimal converter?

This ASCII to decimal converter is very easy to use. These are the steps to convert ASCII into a decimal number using this converter.

1. Enter your ASCII string in the text box above.
2. Choose the number delimiter or separator from none, space, comma, and user-defined.
3. If you want to use 0x/0b prefix, click the checkbox.
4. You don't need to press the "Calculate" button because it will convert your values as you enter them in real-time.
5. See the output converted in decimal, hex, binary, and base64 in the result tab.
6. You can also load sample data if you want by clicking on the "Load Sample Data"

## How to Convert ASCII to Decimal?

Converting ASCII to a decimal system is really easy. You can use the ASCII to decimal converter above or ASCII table below for this conversion.

It's simple because ASCII is already a language of decimal numbers with letters. The ASCII consists of 128 decimal characters, as stated above. Each of the characters, including numbers, letters, punctuation marks, and English alphabets, are assigned the decimal number from 0 to 127.

Use the ASCII table, or check the table given below and choose the decimal number for each character in your ASCII series in order to manually convert ASCII to decimal.

### Example

Let's convert the string "I Love Decimal" to decimal by using the ASCII table. Note, for the upper and lower case letters in the English alphabets; there are separate decimal numbers.

• Use the ASCII table to match each letter in the ASCII string "I Love Decimal" in the decimal column of the table.
• Write the decimal number for each letter after identifying the corresponding characters.

“I” = 73

“Love” = 76 111 118 101

“Decimal” = 68 101 99 105 109 97 108

• Insert 32 as space in each word and concatenate the decimal string.

73 32 76 111 118 101 32 68 101 99 105 109 97 108

So the string “I Love Decimal” will be “73 32 76 111 118 101 32 68 101 99 105 109 97 108” in decimal system.

Want to make more conversions? Check our decimal to binary, hex to decimal, and binary to octal converters.

## ASCII to Decimal Table

Below is the ASCII to decimal chart. Note that it is a short version of the table. Refer to this table for the complete version.

 ASCII Decimal Space 32 A 65 B 66 C 67 D 68 E 69 F 70 G 71 H 72 I 73 J 74 K 75 L 76 M 77 N 78 O 79 P 80 Q 81 R 82 S 83 T 84 U 85 V 86 W 87 X 88 Y 89 Z 90 a 97 b 98 c 99 d 100 e 101 f 102 g 103 h 104 i 105 j 106 k 107 l 108 m 109 n 110 o 111 p 112 q 113 r 114 s 115 t 116 u 117 v 118 w 119 x 120 y 121 z 122

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