Binary to Text Converter

Binary to Text Converter

Binary to Text Converter

About This Converter

Binary to Text conversion is the process of translating binary data into human-readable text. In computing, information is often represented in binary, using only two digits: 0 and 1. Binary code corresponds to the on and off states of electronic switches in computer hardware. While computers understand and process data in binary, it is not easily readable by humans.

To make binary data more human-friendly, various encoding schemes are used to represent binary information as text characters. The most common character encoding schemes for this purpose are ASCII (American Standard Code for Information Interchange) and Unicode.

Here’s a general overview of how Binary to Text conversion works:

  1. Binary Representation:
    • Binary data is composed of sequences of 0s and 1s.
    • Each binary digit is called a bit, and a group of 8 bits is called a byte.
  2. Character Encoding:
    • Character encoding schemes assign unique numerical codes to each character.
    • ASCII is a widely used encoding that represents characters using 7 or 8 bits.
    • Unicode is a more comprehensive encoding that supports a broader range of characters and uses variable-length encoding.
  3. Grouping Bits:
    • Binary data is grouped into sets of 8 bits (1 byte) or other groupings depending on the encoding scheme.
  4. Conversion to Decimal:
    • Each group of bits is then converted from binary to decimal.
  5. Mapping to Characters:
    • The decimal values are mapped to the corresponding characters in the character set.
  6. Creating Text:
    • The characters obtained from each group are concatenated to form the final human-readable text.

How To Use This Converter?

  1. Enter Binary Sequence:
    • In the textarea with the label “Enter binary sequence,” input the binary sequence you want to convert.
    • The binary sequence should consist of 0s and 1s, and you can separate groups with spaces if needed.
  2. Click “Convert”:
    • After entering the binary sequence, click the “Convert” button.
    • The JavaScript function convertBinaryToText will process the input and convert the binary sequence to text.
  3. View the Result:
    • The converted text output will be displayed below the button in the area labeled “Text Output.”
    • If the binary sequence is valid, you should see the corresponding text representation.
  4. Repeat or Try Different Sequences:
    • You can enter different binary sequences and click “Convert” to see their text representations.
    • The tool will update the output each time you click the button.
  5. Handle Errors:
    • If you enter an invalid binary sequence (not consisting of 0s and 1s), an alert will notify you of the error.
    • Ensure that your input follows the binary format before attempting conversion.

Here’s an example for you to try:

  • Enter the binary sequence: 01001000 01100101 01101100 01101100 01101111
  • Click “Convert”
  • The tool should output: “Text Output: Hello”

Examples To Try

  1. Binary: 01001000 01100101 01101100 01101100 01101111
    • Text: “Hello”
  2. Binary: 01001000 01001001
    • Text: “HI”
  3. Binary: 01001001 01010100 01000101 01010011
    • Text: “ITES”
  4. Binary: 01000001 01010011 01000011 01001001 01001001
    • Text: “ASCII”
  5. Binary: 01010111 01001111 01010010 01000101 01000100
    • Text: “WORED”
  6. Binary: 01000011 01001111 01001110 01010110 01000101 01010010 01010100 01000101 01010010
    • Text: “CONVERTER”
  7. Binary: 01001110 01010101 01001101 01000010 01000101 01010010 01010011
    • Text: “NUMBERS”
  8. Binary: 01000001 01010010 01010100
    • Text: “ART”
  9. Binary: 01001001 01001110 01010100 01000101 01010010 01001110 01000101 01010100
    • Text: “INTERNET”
  10. Binary: 01000101 01001110 01000111 01001001 01001110 01000101 01000101 01010010
    • Text: “ENGINEER”
  11. Binary: 01010011 01010111 01000101 01000101 01010100
    • Text: “SWEET”
  12. Binary: 01000011 01001000 01001111 01000011 01001111 01001100 01000001 01010100 01000101
    • Text: “CHOCOLATE”
  13. Binary: 01001001 01001110 01000100 01001001 01000001 01001110
    • Text: “INDIAN”
  14. Binary: 01001111 01010000 01000101 01001110 01000001 01001001 01001011
    • Text: “OPENAIK”
  15. Binary: 01001011 01001110 01001111 01010111 01001100 01000101 01000100 01000111 01000101
    • Text: “KNOWNLEDGE”
  16. Binary: 01000010 01001001 01001110 01000001 01010010 01011001
    • Text: “BINARY”
  17. Binary: 01010011 01010100 01010010 01001001 01001110 01000111
    • Text: “STRING”
  18. Binary: 01001111 01010000 01000101 01001110 01001001 01000001 01001001
    • Text: “OPENIAI”
  19. Binary: 01010111 01001111 01010010 01001011 01001001 01001110 01000111
    • Text: “WORKING”
  20. Binary: 01010100 01000101 01000011 01001010 01000001 01010000
    • Text: “TECJAP”

How This Converter Function ?

  • The HTML file defines the structure of the web page. It includes elements like <head> for metadata, <body> for the main content, and various elements for input, output, and the button.

Here’s a simplified explanation of the JavaScript function:

function convertBinaryToText() {
const binaryInput = document.getElementById(‘binaryInput’).value;
const outputElement = document.getElementById(‘output’);

// Validate binary input
if (!/^[01\s]+$/.test(binaryInput)) {
    alert('Invalid binary input. Please enter a valid binary sequence.');

// Split binary input into groups of 8 bits
const binaryGroups = binaryInput.match(/.{1,8}/g);

// Convert each group to decimal and then to ASCII character
const textOutput = => String.fromCharCode(parseInt(group, 2))).join('');

// Display the result
outputElement.textContent = `Text Output: ${textOutput}`;


Where This Converter Can Be Used ?

  1. Programming and Debugging:
    • Developers often work with binary data, especially when debugging or analyzing data structures. This tool can help decode binary information for analysis.
  2. Network Protocols:
    • Binary data is common in network protocols. This tool can be useful for interpreting binary packets or headers.
  3. File Formats:
    • Some file formats store data in binary. This tool can help interpret the content of binary files, especially if they contain human-readable text.
  4. Communication Protocols:
    • Communication between systems may involve exchanging binary-encoded messages. This tool can be handy for understanding the content of such messages.
  5. Cryptography and Encryption:
    • In cryptography, binary data is often used for encryption and decryption. This tool can assist in examining binary-encoded cryptographic output.
  6. Embedded Systems:
    • Embedded systems often use binary data for communication and configuration. Developers working with embedded systems may find this tool useful for decoding binary information.
  7. Digital Forensics:
    • In digital forensics, investigators may encounter binary data in various forms. This tool can help interpret and understand the content of binary data during forensic analysis.
  8. Education and Learning:
    • Students studying computer science or related fields can use this tool to experiment with binary data and understand how it is converted to text.
  9. Web Development:
    • Binary data might be encoded in various ways in web development. This tool can be used to understand and work with binary data in web applications.
  10. Communication with Low-Level Systems:
    • When working with low-level systems or hardware, binary data is often encountered. This tool can assist in translating binary information for communication with such systems.
  11. Data Analysis:
    • Data analysts may encounter binary data in datasets. This tool can be useful for converting binary-encoded data into a more human-readable format for analysis.
<!DOCTYPE html>
<html lang="en">
    <meta charset="UTF-8">
    <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0">
    <title>Binary to Text Converter</title>
    <link rel="stylesheet" href="styles.css">
    <div id="converter">
        <h2>Binary to Text Converter</h2>
        <textarea id="binaryInput" placeholder="Enter binary sequence"></textarea>
        <button onclick="convertBinaryToText()">Convert</button>
        <div id="output"></div>
    <script src="script.js"></script>
  • <!DOCTYPE html>: Declares the HTML version being used (HTML5).
  • <html lang="en">: Defines the document type and language.
  • <head>: Contains meta-information about the HTML document, such as character set and viewport settings.
  • <meta charset="UTF-8">: Declares the character encoding for the document as UTF-8.
  • <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0">: Sets the viewport properties for responsive design.
  • <title>: Sets the title of the HTML document (displayed in the browser tab).
  • <link rel="stylesheet" href="styles.css">: Links to the external CSS file for styling.
  • <body>: Contains the main content of the HTML document.
  • <div id="converter">: A container div for the entire converter section.
  • <h2>: A heading for the converter section.
  • <textarea id="binaryInput" placeholder="Enter binary sequence"></textarea>: A textarea for users to input binary sequences.
  • <button onclick="convertBinaryToText()">Convert</button>: A button to trigger the conversion process.
  • <div id="output"></div>: A div to display the output text.
  • <script src="script.js"></script>: Links to the external JavaScript file for scripting.
body {
    font-family: Arial, sans-serif;
    text-align: center;
    margin: 20px;
    background-color: #f4f4f4;

#converter {
    width: 80%;
    max-width: 400px;
    margin: auto;
    background-color: #fff;
    border-radius: 8px;
    padding: 20px;
    box-shadow: 0 0 10px rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.1);

textarea {
    width: calc(100% - 10px);
    margin-bottom: 10px;
    padding: 10px;
    resize: none;
    border: 1px solid #ccc;
    border-radius: 4px;

button {
    padding: 12px;
    cursor: pointer;
    background-color: #4CAF50;
    color: #fff;
    border: none;
    border-radius: 4px;
    transition: background-color 0.3s;

button:hover {
    background-color: #45a049;

#output {
    margin-top: 10px;
    font-weight: bold;
  • body: Styles applied to the entire body of the HTML document.
  • font-family: Specifies the font for text elements.
  • text-align: Sets the text alignment within elements.
  • margin: Defines the margin space around the body.
  • background-color: Sets the background color.
  • #converter: Styles for the container div of the converter section.
  • width, max-width: Specifies the width of the converter section.
  • border-radius: Creates rounded corners for the container.
  • padding: Adds internal spacing within the container.
  • box-shadow: Applies a shadow effect to the container.
  • textarea: Styles for the input textarea.
  • calc: Allows for calculations within CSS.
  • border: Styles for the textarea border.
  • button: Styles for the conversion button.
  • cursor: Specifies the cursor type on hover.
  • background-color: Sets the button background color.
  • color: Sets the text color of the button.
  • transition: Adds a transition effect to the button.
  • :hover: Styles applied when the button is hovered.
  • #output: Styles for the output text area.
function convertBinaryToText() {
    const binaryInput = document.getElementById('binaryInput').value;
    const outputElement = document.getElementById('output');

    // Validate binary input
    if (!/^[01\s]+$/.test(binaryInput)) {
        alert('Invalid binary input. Please enter a valid binary sequence.');

    // Split binary input into groups of 8 bits
    const binaryGroups = binaryInput.match(/.{1,8}/g);

    // Convert each group to decimal and then to ASCII character
    const textOutput = => S
  • function convertBinaryToText() {...}: Defines a JavaScript function named convertBinaryToText.
  • const binaryInput = document.getElementById('binaryInput').value;: Retrieves the value entered in the textarea with the id “binaryInput.”
  • const outputElement = document.getElementById('output');: Retrieves the element with the id “output” for displaying the result.
  • if (!/^[01\s]+$/.test(binaryInput)) {...}: Checks if the entered binary input is valid using a regular expression. If not valid, an alert is shown, and the function exits.
  • const binaryGroups = binaryInput.match(/.{1,8}/g);: Splits the binary input into groups of 8 bits using a regular expression.
  • const textOutput = => String.fromCharCode(parseInt(group, 2))).join('');: Converts each group to decimal and then to ASCII characters. The results are joined to form the final text output.
  • outputElement.textContent = Text Output: ${textOutput};: Updates the content of the element with the id “output” to display the converted text.

How To Implement

Implementing this Confidence Interval Calculator on WordPress involves a few steps. Here’s a step-by-step guide:

1. Access WordPress Admin Dashboard

Log in to your WordPress admin dashboard.

2. Create a New Page

Navigate to Pages > Add New in the WordPress admin.

Give your page a title, such as “Confidence Interval Calculator.”

3. Switch to HTML Editor

On the page editor, switch to the HTML editor. Look for a tab that says “HTML” or “Code.”

4. Copy HTML Code

Copy the entire HTML code (from <!DOCTYPE html> to the closing </html>) from your index.html file.

5. Paste HTML Code

Paste the copied HTML code into the HTML editor of your WordPress page.

6. Add CSS

Copy the entire CSS code (from the <style> tag in the styles.css file) and paste it into the WordPress page’s HTML editor, preferably within the <head> section.

7. Add JavaScript

Copy the entire JavaScript code (from the <script> tag in the script.js file) and paste it into the WordPress page’s HTML editor, preferably just before the closing </body> tag.

8. Save and Publish

Save the changes to your WordPress page.

Click the “Publish” button to make the page live.

9. View Your Page

Visit the page on your WordPress site to see the Confidence Interval Calculator in action.

Additional Considerations:

  • WordPress Theme Compatibility: Ensure that your WordPress theme supports the custom styles and scripts you’ve added. If needed, you may have to adjust styles to fit seamlessly with your theme.
  • Plugin Usage: If you find that directly pasting HTML, CSS, and JavaScript into the page editor is causing issues, consider using a plugin like “Insert Headers and Footers” to add your custom code.
  • Responsive Design: Check if the calculator layout is responsive. If not, you might need to make adjustments to the CSS for better responsiveness.
  • Debugging: If something doesn’t work as expected, use the browser’s developer tools (usually accessible by right-clicking on the page and selecting “Inspect” or “Inspect Element”) to check for errors in the console tab.

By following these steps, you should be able to implement the Confidence Interval Calculator on your WordPress site. Remember to test the calculator thoroughly to ensure it functions correctly within the WordPress environment.


  1. Q: What is Binary to Text Conversion?
    • A: Binary to Text Conversion is the process of translating binary data (0s and 1s) into human-readable text using character encoding schemes like ASCII or Unicode.
  2. Q: Why do we need Binary to Text Conversion?
    • A: Binary is the language of computers, and converting it to text allows humans to interpret and understand the information encoded in binary form.
  3. Q: What are character encoding schemes?
    • A: Character encoding schemes assign unique numerical codes to each character, facilitating the representation of text in binary form.
  4. Q: How does ASCII represent characters in binary?
    • A: ASCII uses 7 or 8 bits to represent characters, with each character assigned a unique binary code.
  5. Q: What is the role of Unicode in Binary to Text Conversion?
    • A: Unicode is a character encoding scheme that supports a broader range of characters and uses variable-length encoding.
  6. Q: Can you convert any binary sequence to text using this process?
    • A: Yes, as long as the binary sequence adheres to the rules of a valid character encoding scheme.
  7. Q: What happens if the binary input is not valid?
    • A: If the binary input is not valid, the conversion process may fail, and an error message may be displayed.
  8. Q: How are binary groups separated during conversion?
    • A: Binary groups are typically separated into sets of 8 bits, creating bytes, which are then converted to characters.
  9. Q: Are there online tools available for Binary to Text Conversion?
    • A: Yes, many online tools and programming libraries provide functions for Binary to Text Conversion.
  10. Q: In what scenarios is Binary to Text Conversion commonly used?
    • A: It is used in programming, network protocols, file formats, digital forensics, and various other fields where binary data needs interpretation.
  11. Q: What is the importance of the HTML <textarea> element in the converter tool?
    • A: The <textarea> element provides a user-friendly input area where users can enter binary sequences.
  12. Q: How does the CSS code enhance the visual appeal of the converter tool?
    • A: The CSS code styles the converter tool, providing a clean, centered layout, with colors, borders, and shadow effects for a more appealing interface.
  13. Q: What is the purpose of the <button> element in the HTML code?
    • A: The <button> element triggers the conversion process when clicked, calling the JavaScript function.
  14. Q: How does the CSS :hover pseudo-class affect the button in the tool?
    • A: The :hover pseudo-class changes the background color of the button when it is hovered, providing a visual feedback effect.
  15. Q: Why is validation important in the JavaScript function?
    • A: Validation ensures that the entered binary sequence is valid, preventing errors during the conversion process.
  16. Q: Can this tool be used for other character encoding schemes besides ASCII?
    • A: The tool is designed for ASCII, but with modifications, it can be adapted for other encoding schemes.
  17. Q: How is the result displayed in the HTML output section?
    • A: The JavaScript function updates the content of the output element with the converted text.
  18. Q: Is the tool responsive to different screen sizes?
    • A: Yes, the tool is designed to be responsive, adjusting its width based on the screen size.
  19. Q: What does the calc function in CSS do?
    • A: The calc function performs calculations within CSS, such as adjusting the width of the textarea.
  20. Q: How does the JavaScript function convert binary groups to ASCII characters?
    • A: The JavaScript function uses parseInt to convert binary groups to decimal, and String.fromCharCode to obtain the corresponding ASCII characters, which are then joined to form the final text output.