Can I make an app to translate binary code to text in mit app inventor via Extension or Original?
I have tried it, but the result is not a binary code that should only use 2 numbers, namely 0 and 1, but the result uses uppercase and many numbers
Everything you need here
Just about integrating the concepts to Appinventor
Yes, the code you received is in hex format. You would have to add some blocks that convert hex to bin, byte by byte.
Hexadecimal to binary, new requirement from solution provided.
Why Only Up To The Letter "F"? Is it ok?
Yes, hexadecimal uses 16 distinct symbols, most often the symbols "0"–"9" to represent values 0 to 9, and "A"–"F" (or alternatively "a"–"f") to represent values from 10 to 15.
Are you talking about the ASCII table?
YES!!! You're right
I want like this, if can
First of all, I would like to thank those who have helped me
This is text to ASCII, as
The text "App Inventor2" is equivalent to following ASCII code,
65 112 112 32 73 110 118 101 110 116 111 114 50
You need to maintain as mapping table or key/value pair to get decimal equivalent code and then convert to binary counter part.
But, you topic need to be modified, should be text to binary
Finished It's Has Modified
I change my example program with Java Script code (topic linked above) to work with binary code separated by spaces.
convert (1).aia (3.6 KB)
Here are two @Italo lookup procedures you can build on ...
AsciiCHRASCprocedures.aia (4.0 KB)
It would be up to you to used the segment text block and the math binary conversion block to build a byte list from a text stream of 1s and 0s.