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On binary-system.base-conversion.ro anyone can learn about the encoding of information, in general, and about the encoding of decimal numbers (base 10), in particular, into the binary system (base 2) that is used by the computers and other digital devices.

The following online conversions can be run on site, automatically, with explanations:

  • convert decimal system (base 10) positive integers numbers (unsigned integers) TO and FROM the unsigned binary (base two)
  • convert decimal system (base ten) signed integers numbers TO and FROM the signed binary
  • convert decimal system positive and negative integers numbers (signed integers) TO and FROM binary in one's complement representation
  • convert decimal system positive and negative integers numbers (signed integers) TO and FROM binary in two's complement representation
  • convert decimal numbers (positive or negative fractions, float or double) TO and FROM 32/64 bit IEEE754 standard single/double precision binary

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binary-system.base-conversion.ro aims at providing users a fast free tool on running the binary conversions described above. This tool can be used both as a tool to simply perform those operations or as an online checking or learning tool.

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Available Base Conversions Between Decimal and Binary Systems

Conversions Between Decimal System Numbers (Written in Base Ten) and Binary System Numbers (Base Two and Computer Representation):

1. Integer -> Binary

2. Decimal -> Binary

3. Binary -> Integer

4. Binary -> Decimal