# How Do We Manually Convert Binary Code to Text?

First, break the binary code into groups of 8 digits. Then, use the ASCII table to find the decimal equivalent of each group of 8 digits. Finally, convert the decimal numbers to their corresponding ASCII characters to get the text.

For example, to convert the binary code "01101000 01100101 01101100 01101100 01101111" to text:
- Break it into groups of 8 digits: "01101000" "01100101" "01101100" "01101100" "01101111"
- Convert each group of 8 digits to decimal: 104 101 108 108 111
- Look up the decimal numbers on the ASCII table to find the corresponding characters: "h" "e" "l" "l" "o"
- Combine the characters to get the text: "hello"

# What is Binary Code to Text?

Binary code is a system of representing data using only two digits, typically 0 and 1. It is used in computers to store and transmit information. Binary code can be converted to text using an ASCII (American Standard Code for Information Interchange) table, which assigns a unique numerical value to each character in the standard keyboard.

For example, the binary code "01100001" represents the letter "a" in ASCII.

# What is Text to Binary Code?

Text can be converted to binary code using ASCII (American Standard Code for Information Interchange) encoding, which assigns a unique numerical value to each character in the standard keyboard. The binary code represents each character as a sequence of 0s and 1s.

For example, the letter "A" has an ASCII value of 65, which is 01000001 in binary code. To convert the word "CAT" to binary code, you would look up the ASCII values for each letter (67, 65, and 84) and convert them to binary code (1000011, 1000001, and 1010100). Then, you would concatenate the binary codes to get the complete binary code for the word "CAT": 100001110000011010100.

There are also online tools and software that can convert text to binary code automatically, making the process much faster and easier.

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