Text to HEX
Text to hexadecimal conversion is the process of converting text, which is a sequence of characters, to its equivalent hexadecimal form.
To convert text to hexadecimal, you can use the following method:
- Convert the text to its ASCII codes.
- Convert the ASCII codes to their decimal form.
- Convert the decimal form of the ASCII codes to hexadecimal.
To convert the text "Hello" to hexadecimal, for example: "H" -> 72 (ASCII) -> 72 (decimal) -> 48 (hexadecimal) "e" -> 101 (ASCII) -> 101 (decimal) -> 65 (hexadecimal) "l" -> 108 (ASCII) -> 108 (decimal) -> 6C (hexadecimal)
A more simple way to convert text to hexadecimal is to use the built-in ord() and hex() functions in Python or by using any web conversion tool like Oumify.
Note that this method of conversion will only work for ASCII characters. If the text contains non-ASCII characters, the conversion will not be accurate.
Also, keep in mind that hexadecimal representation uses the digits 0–9 and letters A–F to represent numbers 10–15, respectively.
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