ASCII to Hex Converter

Because you never know when you’ll need to convert ASCII to Hex it’s really handy to have a good converter. Unless you know that %7E is a tilde and %2F is a forward-slash, then I would recommend bookmarking my favorite ascii to hex converter, Centricle. Even though it sounds like something covered in the anatomy chapter of a biology textbook, don’t let that scare you. That’s because it’s a really clean and simple tool to quickly do conversions. No extra options… just a radio button to do ASCII to Hex, and another to go from Hex to ASCII. I use it on a weekly, if not daily basis.

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  1. Posted June 24, 2008 at 4:30 PM | Permalink

    That’s nice, but if you want to do ASCII to decimal, binary, hex, and base36 conversion, check out Bitizer can convert numbers over 128 bits long, and it can do it as you type.

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