Binary to Text
Binary can be converted to text by interpreting a group of binary digits (bits) as a unique character. This is done using an encoding scheme, such as ASCII or UTF-8, which assigns a unique binary code to each character. For example, the binary code 01000001 represents the letter "A" in ASCII. To convert binary to text, the binary code is grouped into sets of 8 bits (1 byte), which correspond to one character in the text. The sets of 8 bits are then looked up in the encoding scheme to find the corresponding character. The resulting characters are concatenated to form the final text.
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