# Complete Binary Conversion

### By log2 on Mar 29, 2005

Ok this is a script that will convert a number to binary.... a binary number to a number or a character to binary, or binary to a character.... It's very easy to use... just type help if you don't get it but the comments at the start should explain it all... enjoy!

``````; !num-bin converts a number to binary
; created by L0g2 St3w
; !chr-bin converts a character to binary
; visit http://4d.freeunixhost.com if you like this script
; !bin-num converts binary to a number
; OR TYPE !help FOR HELP!
on *:text:*:#: {
if (\$1 == !num-bin) {
if (\$regex(\$2,/[a-zA-Z_]/) >= 1) {
msg \$chan You need to enter a Number to convert to binary!
halt
}
elseif (\$2 == \$null) {
msg \$chan At least enter something...
}
if (\$len(\$2) > 10) {
msg \$chan Hold on there, you trying to flood?
}
else {
set %number \$base(\$2,10,2)
msg \$chan The binary version of: \$2 is: %number
}
}
if (\$1 == !chr-bin) {
if (\$2 == \$null) {
msg \$chan enter some text
halt
}
if (\$len(\$2) > 1) {
msg \$chan Hold on, I can only handle one letter at a time... to prevent flooding.
}
else {
%text = \$asc(\$2)
%text2 = \$base(%text,10,2)
msg \$chan The binary of: \$2 is: %text2
}
}
if (\$1 == !bin-num) {
if (\$2 == \$null) {
msg \$chan enter a binary number
halt
}
if (\$regex(\$2,/[a-zA-z_]/) >= 1) {
msg \$chan There is no text in numbers
halt
}
elseif (\$regex(\$2,/[2-9]/) >= 1) {
msg \$chan \$2 is not a binary number
halt
}
if (\$len(\$2) >= 20) {
msg \$chan Ok, I believe that's flooding
}
else {
%numb = \$base(\$2,2,10)
msg \$chan The decimal version of: \$2 is: %numb
}
}
if (\$1 == !bin-chr) {
if (\$2 == \$null) {
msg \$chan enter a binary number
halt
}
if (\$len(\$2) > 8) {
msg \$chan Hold on... That's not a letter... A letter is 8 binary numbers!
}
else {
%numb = \$base(\$2,2,10)
msg \$chan The letter of: \$2 is: \$chr(%numb)
}
}
if (\$1 == !help) {
if (\$2 == binary) {
echo -a The binary system is simple... Type !bin-num to get binary to number!
echo -a Type !num-bin to get number to binary!
echo -a Type !chr-bin or !bin-chr to get the character to binary or binary to character!
echo -a If you need more help type: !help extensive
}
if (\$2 == extensive) {
echo -a Look in your status window!
echo -s START TRANSMISSION:
echo -s ------------------------------------------
echo -s Ok so you need extensive help do you?
echo -s To really understand this program we need to understand binary
echo -s Let's get started, Binary is a simple language containing 1's and 0's
echo -s 1 means true and 0 means false
echo -s The scheme for converting to decimal from binary is as follows:
echo -s 00000000 now they can either be 0's or 1's and here's what they represent:
echo -s 0=128 0=64 0=32 0=16 0=8 0=4 0=2 0=1 Do you understand that? pretty simple no?
echo -s Ok so now you know the values of each 0... if it's zero that means it's false
echo -s As I've previously stated... if it's 1 that means that number is true!
echo -s so if you see: 00000001 that equals 1, 00000010 equals 2 00000100 equals 4 and so on!
echo -s now... if you see something like: 00000011 that equals 3 because you add both the values together!
echo -s so there for 00001010 equals? 10! and 11111111 equals? 255!
echo -s If you see binary like this: 110101 that is the same as 00110101
echo -s Or if you see binary like this: 1 that is the same as 00000001!
echo -s so if a binary number starts with a zero.. that/those zero(s) does/do not count!
echo -s Ok so now you understand binary let's try those comands again!
echo -s !num-bin is binary to a number, the opposite of what I told you!
echo -s If you need an explanation of numbers to binary then type !help num-bin
echo -s Now !bin-num is what you learned up there!
echo -s !chr-bin is Character to binary, that isn't too different.
echo -s If you need help with character to binary type !help chr-bin
echo -s And the last one is !bin-chr, or binary to character!
echo -s If you need help with binary to character type !help bin-chr
echo -s ------------------------------------------
echo -s END TRANSMISSION!
}
if (\$2 == num-bin) {
echo -s START TRANSMISSION:
echo -s ------------------------------------------
echo -s Let's get started, Binary is a simple language containing 1's and 0's
echo -s 1 means true and 0 means false
echo -s The scheme for converting to decimal to binary is as follows:
echo -s 00000000 now they can either be 0's or 1's and here's what they represent:
echo -s 0=128 0=64 0=32 0=16 0=8 0=4 0=2 0=1 Do you understand that? pretty simple no?
echo -s So that's the same as before... so we know the values
echo -s There's a very easy way to do this that my computer engineering teacher taught me:
echo -s if you have the number 25 and the scheme is 00000000 then all you do is substitute in numbers:
echo -s the 6th 0 is 32... that's over the original number 25!
echo -s the 5th 0 is 16 under it so put a one there... so far we have: 00010000
echo -s the 4th 0 is 8 add it to 16(the 5th 0) if you go over 25 then it's a 0, it doesn't we're at 24!
echo -s the 3rd 0 is 4, if we add that to our value (24) we go over 25... no good make it a 0
echo -s the 2nd 0 is 2, if we add that to out value (24) we go over 25... scrap it.. make it 0
echo -s the 1st 0 is 1, add that to 24 we get 25... therefor our number is: 00011001!
echo -s ------------------------------------------
echo -s END TRANSMISSION!
}
if (\$2 == chr-bin) {
echo -s START TRANSMISSION:
echo -s ------------------------------------------
echo -s Ok you have a character, you want it to be binary, well first you need the ASCII value of that char!
echo -s then it's converting decimal to binary
echo -s The scheme for converting to decimal to binary is as follows:
echo -s 00000000 now they can either be 0's or 1's and here's what they represent:
echo -s 0=128 0=64 0=32 0=16 0=8 0=4 0=2 0=1 Do you understand that? pretty simple no?
echo -s So that's the same as before... so we know the values
echo -s There's a very easy way to do this that my computer engineering teacher taught me:
echo -s if you have the number 25 and the scheme is 00000000 then all you do is substitute in numbers:
echo -s the 6th 0 is 32... that's over the original number 25!
echo -s the 5th 0 is 16 under it so put a one there... so far we have: 00010000
echo -s the 4th 0 is 8 add it to 16(the 5th 0) if you go over 25 then it's a 0, it doesn't we're at 24!
echo -s the 3rd 0 is 4, if we add that to our value (24) we go over 25... no good make it a 0
echo -s the 2nd 0 is 2, if we add that to out value (24) we go over 25... scrap it.. make it 0
echo -s the 1st 0 is 1, add that to 24 we get 25... therefor our number is: 00011001!
echo -s ------------------------------------------
echo -s END TRANSMISSION!
}
if (\$2 == bin-chr) {
echo -s START TRANSMISSION:
echo -s ------------------------------------------
echo -s Let's get started, Binary is a simple language containing 1's and 0's
echo -s 1 means true and 0 means false
echo -s The scheme for converting to decimal from binary is as follows:
echo -s 00000000 now they can either be 0's or 1's and here's what they represent:
echo -s 0=128 0=64 0=32 0=16 0=8 0=4 0=2 0=1 Do you understand that? pretty simple no?
echo -s Ok so now you know the values of each 0... if it's zero that means it's false
echo -s As I've previously stated... if it's 1 that means that number is true!
echo -s so if you see: 00000001 that equals 1, 00000010 equals 2 00000100 equals 4 and so on!
echo -s now... if you see something like: 00000011 that equals 3 because you add both the values together!
echo -s so there for 00001010 equals? 10! and 11111111 equals? 255!
echo -s If you see binary like this: 110101 that is the same as 00110101
echo -s Or if you see binary like this: 1 that is the same as 00000001!
echo -s so if a binary number starts with a zero.. that/those zero(s) does/do not count!
echo -s this is the same so far.. now we need to ASCII chart to transfer the number to character!
echo -s or you can press ALT + (the number on numpad)!
echo -s ------------------------------------------
echo -s END TRANSMISSION!
}
}
}
``````