Binary to Text

Binary to Text

Converting binary to text refers to the process of decoding a block of binary code into readable text. Each character in the text is represented by a unique binary code, based on a standard encoding system such as ASCII or Unicode.


To convert binary to text, the binary code must be translated into its corresponding ASCII or Unicode value for each character. This can be done using bitwise operators in a programming language or by using an online converter tool. Once the binary code has been converted to its ASCII or Unicode value, the corresponding character can be identified and assembled into readable text.


It is important to note that not all binary code can be converted to readable text. Some binary code may represent control characters or non-printable characters that cannot be displayed in text form.

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