Convert Any Base to ASCII

Any Base to ASCII Converter

Any Base to ASCII Converter


Welcome to the Convert Any Base to ASCII! This tool enables you to convert digits from a specified base into their corresponding ASCII characters effortlessly.

Steps to Use

  1. Input Digits in Specified Base: Enter the digits you want to convert into the provided textarea. Ensure each digit is separated by a space.
  2. Enter Base of Input: Specify the base of the input digits. For example, enter 2 for binary, 8 for octal, or 16 for hexadecimal.
  3. Click "Convert to ASCII": Initiate the conversion process by clicking the button.
  4. View ASCII Output: The ASCII characters corresponding to the input digits will be displayed in the output textarea below.


The converter works by taking the input digits in the specified base, converting them to decimal using parseInt(input, base), and then converting each decimal value to its corresponding ASCII character using String.fromCharCode(). The resulting ASCII characters are then concatenated to form the output.


  • Versatility: Convert digits from any base between 2 and 36 to ASCII characters.
  • User-Friendly: Simple interface makes it accessible for users of all levels.
  • Customizable: Choose the base of the input digits according to your requirements.


Q: What is a base? A: Base refers to the number of unique digits or symbols used to represent numbers in a positional numeral system. For example, in the decimal system, the base is 10 because it uses digits from 0 to 9.

Q: Can I convert digits from any base to ASCII? A: Yes, you can convert digits from any base between 2 and 36 to ASCII characters using this tool.

Q: Is there a limit to the length of the input digits? A: No, you can input as many digits as you want. However, for large inputs, the conversion process might take longer.

Q: What happens if I enter an invalid base? A: If you enter a base that is not between 2 and 36, or if you enter a non-numeric value, the tool will prompt you to enter a valid base.