Easily convert text to binary code (Base2) with our Character and Word Encoder tool. With a few simple steps, you may convert your textual data to binary representation for use in a variety of applications.

## Text to Binary Converter (Base2 Encoder)

## What is Base2 (Binary) Code?

Base-2, or binary code, is a numeral system that uses only two digits: 0 and 1. It is fundamental in digital computing and information theory, representing data using combinations of these two binary digits. Each binary digit is called a bit, and a group of 8 bits forms a byte. Binary code is the foundation of all digital communication and computing, where information is processed, stored, and transmitted in the form of sequences of 0s and 1s.

## What is Base2 Encoding?

Encoding refers to the process of converting information from one form to another. In the context of Base-2 encoding, it involves representing data using the binary numeral system (base-2). In this system, information is expressed using only two digits, 0 and 1.

Base-2 encoding is commonly used in computing to represent data at the lowest level, with each bit (binary digit) serving as the smallest unit. For example, text characters, images, and other types of data can be encoded into sequences of 0s and 1s using the binary system for storage and processing in digital systems.

## How do I use the Text to Base2 (Binary) Encoder?

- Enter the data you want to encode in text format or upload a file.
- If you want to encode each line separately, you can tick it in the Options.
- There is no need to press a button, the conversion will be done automatically.
- The result is displayed in the Output field, which you can copy by pressing the Copy button.

## Is it secure to use your Text to Base2 Converter?

It’s the safest we can offer, as we don’t store any of the data you provide on our servers or in our database. All the data you convert runs on your computer and browser alone, through our client-side approach.