Decimal to ASCII

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About Decimal to ASCII

about the Decimal to ASCII tool!

Converting decimal numbers to ASCII characters involves mapping each decimal value to its corresponding ASCII character. ASCII (American Standard Code for Information Interchange) is a character encoding standard that represents text characters as numeric values.


- Decimal values 0 to 31 represent control characters, such as newline, carriage return, tab, and others.
- Decimal values 32 to 126 represent printable characters, including letters, digits, punctuation marks, and some special characters.
- Decimal values 127 to 255 represent extended ASCII characters, which can include characters specific to certain languages and symbols.

Here's a basic example of how to convert a decimal number to its corresponding ASCII character in Python:

# Define a decimal value decimal_value = 65 # This represents the letter 'A' in ASCII # Convert the decimal value to an ASCII character ascii_character = chr(decimal_value) # Print the result print(ascii_character) # This will print 'A'

In this example, we used the `chr()` function in Python to convert the decimal value 65 to the ASCII character 'A'.

You can use a similar approach in other programming languages as well. Just remember to check the ASCII table to ensure that the decimal value you're converting corresponds to the character you expect.




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