Binary code to text and back

Welcome to our online binary conversion tool. This tool is designed to quickly and accurately convert between plain text and binary code. It will be useful for students, software developers, cryptographers, and anyone working with data at the lowest level.

With our platform you can convert plain text to binary code and vice versa. We support UTF-8, UTF-16 and ASCII encoding to ensure the greatest compatibility and translation accuracy. We also provide the ability to display binary code with or without spaces depending on your needs. Use our tool to quickly translate text to and from binary code while maintaining the integrity of the original data and ensuring accurate results. We hope our tool will be useful for your projects, education and research. Get started now, just enter your text or binary code into the appropriate input field and let our tool do the rest!

How it counts

Text-to-binary conversion is the process of converting text characters to their binary representation. This can be done manually by following the steps below:

  1. Define Encoding: First you need to determine which encoding is used for the text you want to translate into binary code. The most common encoding is ASCII, but UTF-8 and UTF-16 are also commonly used. ASCII encodes only English alphabet characters, while UTF-8 and UTF-16 support most world languages.
  2. Find a character code: the next step is to determine the numeric value of each character in your text according to the encoding you choose. For ASCII, for example, the letter "A" has a code of 65.
  3. Convert code to binary: Next, you will convert that numeric code to binary format. To do this, you will need to know the procedure to convert a decimal to binary number. For example, the number 65 in binary becomes 01000001.
  4. Repeat the process for each character: Continue this process for each character in your text. Each character will be translated into binary code, and at the end you will have a complete binary representation of your text.

It is important to note that although this process can be done manually, it can be time-consuming and error-prone, especially for large texts. For these purposes, it is better to use automated tools such as online binary converters.


  • Task: Translate the word Hello into binary code

    The solution: Using the online decoder on this page, we get that the word hello in binary code looks like this: 01101000 01100101101 01101100 01101100 01101111

  • Task: You are given the binary code 0000000001110111 0000000001101111 0000000001110010 0000000001101100 0000000001100100. Decrypt it in UTF-16 encoding

    The solution: We enter the binary code in the bottom window, we get that it is the word "world"

  • Task: Translate the word "true" into binary code using ASCII encoding and providing it without spaces

    The solution: Using the converter you can get the result - 0111010001011100100111110101100101101