ASCII to Decimal
ASCII to decimal converter helps you to transform ASCII to decimal and hex system easily. This ASCII converter can convert ASCII to Decimal, text to ASCII, Hex to ASCII, Decimal to text, ASCII to Hex, and decimal to ASCII as well. The separator can be selected as space, comma, and user-defined. 0x/0b prefix can also be used if you need it. Input your ASCII text in the given input box and click the “Calculate” button. It will provide the conversions in Hex, Decimal, Binary, and Base64.
How to Convert ASCII to Decimal?
It is easy because ASCII is already a code representing decimal numbers against letters. The original ASCII is 128 decimal characters. The decimal number from 0 to 127 is allocated to each one of those, including letters of the numbers, punctuation marks, and the English alphabet.
To manually convert ASCII to decimal, identify the character in the ASCII table, and pick the decimal number against each character in your ASCII string. Let’s convert the string “Hello World” to decimal by using the ASCII table. Remember, there are different decimal numbers for upper and lower case letters of English alphabets.
Using the ASCII table, get the decimal number against each letter in “Hello World,” including space.
“Hello” = \(72 101 108 108 111\)
Space = \(32\)
“World” = \(87 111 114 108 100\)
So the string “Hello World” will be \(”72 101 108 108 111 32 87 111 114 108 100”\) in decimal number system.