# Top 10 Online Binary Conversion Resources

You’ve probably heard of the word “binary”, but do you know what it means? The term refers to a computer language in which all data is coded as 0 or 1. This can be easily understood when you consider a light switch, there are only two states in which it can exist, on and stop. When the switch is on (1) the light is on, when it is off (0) the light is off. In a sense, you can think of it as binary because it can only exist in two states.

When it comes to computers and technology in general, it’s important to be able to convert data into binary or understand what the computer is telling you without having to do a lot of math conversions yourself.

With that in mind, we’ve chosen ten online resources that can perform such conversions for you. For most people, understanding binary can be complicated. These ten tools are easy to use and will help you understand binary conversions in no time.

**Calculator**

This is a free web application that can be used anytime with an internet connection. The web page is fairly straightforward, but it has the most essential tools that people might need, such as converting from decimal to binary and vice versa, calculating the bit value of a number, and determining if a symbol string is a valid binary number.

The value of the bit is the power to which 2 must be raised for the result to equal a given decimal integer. For example, 10010 (2) = 10 (10) and 10100 (2) = 100 (100). A program that converts bits to decimal values â€‹â€‹is called a decoder or encoder.

**Codebeautify**

This tool has a minimalist interface that focuses on functionality. It allows users to convert an entire file, so it can be used to batch process binary files for archiving or decryption purposes. It also offers options to set the output format, which may be needed to meet specific needs.

The decimal number is also known as the base 10 number system because it contains the numbers from 0 to 9. The decimal number system uses 7 different symbols (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8 and 9) which are combined to create a number. It is widely used in everyday life and we often use it without even realizing it.

On the other hand, binary is a base 2 numbering system and only uses two digits: 1 and 0 (instead of 1 and 0). The binary system is commonly used in computers because their electronic circuits only recognize these digits.

**Quick tables**

The first source is an ASCII to binary conversion table for quick reference by Rapid Tables. The binary code is made up of 1 and 0 where each digit represents one thing. It starts from 1 and goes up to the maximum which is 128. There are probably more bits than I let you find out. This website provides a reference for ASCII code which is useful in learning programming languages.

**Cryptii**

The second source is a website that provides a conversion between decimal to binary. The website also offers other less frequently used conversions for hexadecimal and octal. Decimal is one of the number systems which is why it is good to have an online reference where you can quickly find out how to convert it to different bases.

**Unit conversion**

When visiting the website, you have the option of selecting a text string or uploading your own file for conversion. Once you have selected your option, click on the “Convert Text” button to get your results. This website is very easy to use as you just need to provide the input and then press a button to process and generate the output results.

The convenience of this resource makes it one of the most popular available today when it comes to converting text to binary.

**Online-Toolz**

This website is very similar to unit-conversion.info as you have the option to provide the input text or upload your own file for conversion. Once you have entered your data, it will generate the output results which you can view on the screen.

This website also provides an option where you can copy and paste your binary conversion into a word processing document (i.e. Microsoft Word) for further analysis.

**Binary hexadecimal converter**

This tool is ideal for those who are more familiar with the decimal system as it converts text to binary system. The first text box lets you enter what you want to convert, while the second box is where you put what it’s converted from.

For example, if I wanted to convert “10100101”, I would write it in the “Ascii Text” box and type “10100101” to “Binary (Base 2)”. After clicking submit, you will get the result “1100101110” which is exactly what I wrote!

**Binary translator**

This tool is ideal for advanced computer users or for people who want to learn more about how computers work with binary conversions. This tool gives you a detailed binary guide. The tool is easy to use, it provides you with the three states of binary numbers – zero, one or high voltage.

You can also see how these change depending on what went into the system eg if I enter “100” I get an output of “-0 + 0i”. I know that means 100 in binary is ‘-0 + 0i’. If I enter “1100101110”, the output goes to “1.111110111100001”. This shows me how these numbers change when different values â€‹â€‹are used.

**Mothereff**

This tool is an easy way to convert decimal to binary and vice versa. Type your number in the text box and press the “convert” button; this will display the result in other text boxes such as decimal number, binary number, and hexadecimal number.

For example: type “19” in the text box, click on the convert button which will give the result in the form “1101” in decimal, binary and hexadecimal numbers.

The tool also offers the option to copy the decimal, binary or hexadecimal form of the number.

**Md5decrypt**

This tool offers three methods for converting numbers: decimal, hexadecimal, and binary. Type your number in the text box and press the “convert” button; this will show the result of the conversion in the other text boxes such as decimal, hexadecimal and binary number.

As an example: type “19” in the text box, click on the convert button which will give the result as 29 in decimal, 2F in hexadecimal and 10111 in binary.