Binary Code to Special Characters Chart

The binary code is represented by the number as well as an alphanumeric letter. It represents text or computer processor instructions using the binary number digits 0's and 1's. Counting in the decimal system, when all ten digits have been exhausted, the next number is represented as ’10’. In the binary system after 0 and 1 comes 10. The following Binary Code to Special Characters Chart helps you to convert the Special Characters of binary code.

Binary Code Special Characters
100000
100001!
100010'
100011#
100100$
100101%
100110&
100111'
101000(
101001)
101010*
101011+
101100,
101101-
101110.
101111/
111010:
111011;
111100<
111101=
111110>
111111?
1000000@
1011011[
1011100\
1011101]
1011110^
1011111_
1100000`
1111011{
1111100|
1111101}
1111110~

Binary Code to Special Characters Chart here displays the special characters and its equivalent binary code.


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