ASCII Text to Hex Converter

Enter optional delimiter string (e.g:' ' , ' 0x' , ',0x' , 'h,'):

It is a type of calculator that converts the American Standard Code for Information Interchange (ASCII) to hexadecimal (Hex). The latest versions of the ASCII systems are widely used in computing and telecoms equipment. They were initially meant for old type printers and computers from telegraphic codes.

The ASCII included a number of punctuation marks, 26 letters of English alphabet, and 10 numbers that were based on 128 symbols. The Hex is a number system of base 16. The extra required 6 digits of the hex system are represented by first 6 letters of the English alphabet. Thus the digits incorporated in the HEX system are 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 and 9,A,B,C,D,E,F.

You will commonly find this number system in the information technology and mathematics. The ASCII text to hex converter is more efficient and works out the conversions within seconds. The first procedure is to enter the ASCII text in the open text field.

You will be required to enter an optional delimiter string such as ‘’, ‘0x’, ‘h’ in the small text box provided below the ASCII text input. Afterward, you will click on the ‘Convert’ button to initiate the conversion. The results of the Hex output will be shown below the controls of the calculator. The other two controls are also effective and work independently to execute various functions of the calculator.

The ‘Reset’ button is used to clear all the previous conversions from the converter. The ‘Swap’ button is used to alternate the flow of calculations allowing you to change the values in Hex output to ASCII text.

You can always repeat the same procedure using other texts or figures in the conversions. The ‘Select’ button below the calculator is used to highlight the hex output and can be copied to another location in your worksheet. The ASCII text to hex binary conversion table can be useful in determining the values of common figures.