Binary Codes of Special Characters Chart

Binary code contains only two binary digits, 0's and 1's. It was invented by Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, a German philosopher, polymath and mathematician. In computer, the word binary digit is often cut short to the word called as 'bit'. Special characters are special formatting characters such as punctuation, symbols and so on. Use the below Binary Codes of Special Characters Chart which shows you the conversion from Special Characters to Binary Code.

Special Characters to Binary Code

Special CharactersBinary Code
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 Codes of Special Characters Chart helps you to know the equivalent special characters for the given binary code. 'Space' is equal to 100000 binary code and '!' is equal to 100001 binary code.


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