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English To Binary, Odd

sodredge
I found an interesting site that will allow you to change your English into Binary. Obviously not going to be the best on a daily basis though fun to fiddle with none the less.

0100100100100000011001100110111101110101
0110111001100100001000000111010001101000
0110100101110011001000000110011101110010
011001010110000101110100001000000111001
10110100101110100011001010010000001110100
0110100001100001011101000010000001100001
01101100011011000110111101110111011100110
01000000111100101101111011101010010000001
11010001101111001000000110001101101000011
00001011011100110011101100101001000000110
00010110110001101100001000000110111101100
11000100000011110010110111101110101011100
10001000000100010101101110011001110110110
00110100101110011011010000010000001101001
01101110001000000111010001101111001000000
11000100110100101101110011000010111001001
11100100101110001000000100111001101111011
10100001000000111010001101000011001010010
00000110100001101001011001110110100001100
10101110011011101000010000001110101011100
11011101010110000101100010011010010110110
00110100101110100011110010010000001100110
011000010110001101110100011011110111001000
1000000110100101101110001000000110010001100
0010110100101101100011110010010000001101100
0110100101100110011001010010000001110100011
0100001101111011101010110011101101000001000
0001100110011101010110111000100000011011100
110111101101110011001010010000001110100011
0100001100101001000000110110001100101011100
110111001100101110
ocalhoun
Lovely, but I prefer this one, which can translate both ways (to and from binary):
http://nickciske.com/tools/binary.php
These sites are really fun and useful if you want to keep something secret from someone who doesn't know much about computers.
I also have a morse code translator, here you go
http://morsecode.scphillips.com/jtranslator.html
This is also fun for insulting people
rightclickscott
I only know how to change numbers between 0-255 to binary, because of the power of CISCO Systems. A binary translator does seem interesting, but I can't actually think of a time I'd actually need it.
[FuN]goku
i know how binary works actually... my friend explained it to me.

ok, basically 0's do nothing, except separate the ones, well its kinda hard to explain. right say we have this.

32 16 8 4 2 1

that represents how binary is layed out. but it doubles each time.

32 16 8 4 2 1
0 0 0 1 0 1

that would be 4+1 which is equal to 5.

therefore 101 = 5.

you write binary from right to left but you read it from left to right.
and if you get into converting characters to binary then is a bit harder.
you gotta look at you character map and keep counting to the left until you get the the character you want. so:
64 32 16 8 4 2 1
1 0 0 0 0 0 1
is a capital A because in the character map its the 65th character over if you count and 1+64 = 65.
so 1000001 = 65 = A

edit: errmm if the 1s and 0's look a bit off from the numbers above them its cuz phpbb is moving them over >.< i guess you have limited number of spaces between each character.
djcaution
You can take over the world with this...
coolclay
Oh boy just what everybody has always wanted to do.
izcool
I've actually learned Binary myself some time ago, it's actually quite simple :

http://www.frihost.com/forums/vt-49599.html

- Mike.
Traveller
Binary is nothing more than a base-2 number system, where our usual (decimal) is base-10.

Regardless of the number system, the "places" to the left of the "decimal" point are each the next higher power of the base. The power numbering starts with zero, so the first place is always the "ones" place. Since the next power would be one, the next place is always the same as the base. It continues from there, and the places to the right of the "decimal" point are to the negative powers, starting with -1. Thus:

Base 2 (binary):
16 8 4 2 1 DOT 1/2 1/4 1/8 1/16

Base 5 (not a typical one, but one they used to teach us in school):
625 125 25 5 1 DOT 1/5 1/25 1/125 1/625

Base 8 (octal):
4096 512 64 8 1 DOT 1/8 1/64 1/512 1/4096

Base 10 (decimal):
10000 1000 100 10 1 DOT 1/10 1/100 1/1000 1/10000