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#1 nick84

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Posted 26 September 2002 - 02:43 PM

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#2 Souljacker

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Posted 27 September 2002 - 06:02 AM

I wanna mouse like that :D

#3 StankDawg

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Posted 27 September 2002 - 09:29 AM

1001 10100 1001 10011 1110 1001 11 101 10100 1111 10011 101 101 10011 1111 1101 101 1111 1110 101 10011 10100 1001 1100 1100 10011 10000 101 1 1011 10011 10 1001 1110 1 10010 11001 !

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#4 nick84

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Posted 27 September 2002 - 12:13 PM

1001 10100 1001 10011 1110 1001 11 101 10100 1111 10011 101 101 10011 1111 1101 101 1111 1110 101 10011 10100 1001 1100 1100 10011 10000 101 1 1011 10011 10 1001 1110 1 10010 11001 !

Indeed it is :)

10100 01000 00101 01001 10010 00001 10010 00101 01111 01110 01100 11001 10100 11001 10000 00101 10011 01111 00110 10000 00101 01111 10000 01100 00101 01001 01110 10100 01000 00101 10111 01111 10010 01100 00100 10100 01000 01111 10011 00101 10100 01000 00001 10100 10101 01110 00100 00101 10010 10011 10100 00001 01110 00100 00010 01001 01110 00001 10010 11001 00001 01110 00100 10100 01000 01111 10011 00101 10100 01000 00001 10100 00100 01111 01110 10100

I figure you must have used some automatic tool rather than converting it by hand, but I did a search on google and could not seem to find one that would successfully translate binary to ASCII / ASCII to binary :(

So I hacked together my own :) - I would not lower my self to the level of going through every binary number and converting it by hand!

#!/usr/bin/perl -w

$binary_file = "binary.txt";
# Binary numbers separated by a return e.g.
# 01001
# 00011
# or CAPITAL letters separated by a return e.g.
# A
# B

print "Content-type: text/html\n\n";

open(DAT,"$binary_file");
@raw_data = <DAT>;
close(DAT);

$sep = "\n";
foreach $line (@raw_data)
{
# chop($line);

 ($binary_line)=split(/$sep/,$line);

%conv = ("A", "00001",
         "B", "00010",
         "C", "00011",
         "D", "00100",
         "E", "00101",
         "F", "00110",
         "G", "00111",
         "H", "01000",
         "I", "01001",
         "J", "01010",
         "K", "01011",
         "L", "01100",
         "M", "01101",
         "N", "01110",
         "O", "01111",
         "P", "10000",
         "Q", "10001",
         "R", "10010",
         "S", "10011",
         "T", "10100",
         "U", "10101",
         "V", "10110",
         "W", "10111",
         "X", "11000",
         "Y", "11001",
         "X", "11010",
         "BLANK", LINE);
         
%conv2 = ("00001", A,
         "00010", B,
         "00011", C,
         "00100", D,
         "00101", E,
         "00110", F,
         "00111", G,
         "01000", H,
         "01001", I,
         "01010", J,
         "01011", K,
         "01100", L,
         "01101", M,
         "01110", N,
         "01111", O,
         "10000", P,
         "10001", Q,
         "10010", R,
         "10011", S,
         "10100", T,
         "10101", U,
         "10110", V,
         "10111", W,
         "11000", X,
         "11001", Y,
         "11010", Z,
         "BLANK", LINE);

#print "$binary_line ";
#print <<ENDHTML;
#$conv{"$binary_line"} 
#ENDHTML

$converted_binary = $conv{"$binary_line"};
$converted_binary2 = $conv2{"$binary_line"};

$string_conv_binary_line = $string_conv_binary_line . $converted_binary  . " ";
$string_binary_line = $string_binary_line . $binary_line . " ";

$string_conv_binary_line2 = $string_conv_binary_line2 . $converted_binary2  . " ";
$string_binary_line2 = $string_binary_line2 . $binary_line2 . " ";

}

print "$string_conv_binary_line";
print "<BR><BR>$string_binary_line";

print "<BR><BR><BR><BR>";
print "$string_conv_binary_line2";
print "<BR><BR>$string_binary_line2";



#5 StankDawg

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Posted 27 September 2002 - 02:12 PM

10100 01000 00101 01001 10010 00001 10010 00101 01111 01110 01100 11001 10100 11001 10000 00101 10011 01111 00110 10000 00101 01111 10000 01100 00101 01001 01110 10100 01000 00101 10111 01111 10010 01100 00100 10100 01000 01111 10011 00101 10100 01000 00001 10100 10101 01110 00100 00101 10010 10011 10100 00001 01110 00100 00010 01001 01110 00001 10010 11001 00001 01110 00100 10100 01000 01111 10011 00101 10100 01000 00001 10100 00100 01111 01110 10100


LOL, I have that pasted to the front door of my office!

But, if we really want to get technical here...these are all "cheap" translations of binary. I will type up a FULL explanation from home tonight. I also dug up and old piece of software that I have that is WONDERFUL for quick lookups. I will post that as well.

#6 nick84

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Posted 27 September 2002 - 03:34 PM

Get the T-shirt:

0110100001110100011101000111000000111010
0010111100101111011101110111011101110111
0010111001110100011010000110100101101110
0110101101100111011001010110010101101011
0010111001100011011011110110110100101111
0111001101110100011101010110011001100110
0010111101100001011100000111000001100001
0111001001100101011011000010111100110101
0110000101100001001110010010111001110011
01101000011101000110110101101100




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