ASCII and Binary Codes of Alphabets Chart

As we know that computers do not understand the programming languages, it is necessary to translate the programming codes into machine readable format. This translation is done using the ASCII (American Standard Code for Information Interchange) codes. Here is an online ASCII and Binary Codes of Alphabets Chart which helps you to convert from alphabets (small and capital letters) to ASCII and Binary Code. A Binary number has 6 bits which help to solve some puzzles.

CharacterAscii CodeBinary Code
A651000001
B661000010
C671000011
D681000100
E691000101
F701000110
G711000111
H721001000
I731001001
J741001010
K751001011
L761001100
M771001101
N781001110
O791001111
P801010000
Q811010001
R821010010
S831010011
T841010100
U851010101
V861010110
W871010111
X881011000
Y891011001
Z901011010
CharacterAscii CodeBinary Code
a971100001
b981100010
c991100011
d1001100100
e1011100101
f1021100110
g1031100111
h1041101000
i1051101001
j1061101010
k1071101011
l1081101100
m1091101101
n1101101110
o1111101111
p1121110000
q1131110001
r1141110010
s1151110011
t1161110100
u1171110101
v1181110110
w1191110111
x1201111000
y1211111001
z1221111010

Use the above ASCII and Binary Codes of Alphabets Chart for reference and find the equivalent values between characters, ASCII code and binary codes. For example, the ASCII value for alphabet 'A' is 65 and binary code is 1000001, similarly ASCII value for alphabet 'a' is 97 and binary code is 1100001.

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