Convert Text to Decimal
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World's simplest online text to decimal converter for web developers and programmers. Just paste your text in the form below, press the Convert button, and you'll get decimal numbers. Press a button – get decimals. No ads, nonsense, or garbage. Works with Unicode and UTF8 as well.
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Using a String to Decimal Number Converter in Cross-browser Testing
A string to decimal number converter can be useful if you're doing cross-browser testing. For example, if you're writing a web application that transfers messages using a simple non-binary text protocol, then it may get tricky to transfer multi-byte characters (such as Unicode symbols and emojis). With this utility, you can convert any text, Unicode glyphs, and multi-byte strings into decimal numbers (or integers). These decimal numbers represent keycodes, ASCII code,s or multi-byte UTF8 sequences of the input data. If you're writing a unit test for such data transformations, then this program will be very helpful. Any data in the input field will get converted into a sequence of decimal numbers that you can then use as input and output data for a unit test. Additionally, if you want to obfuscate text you can run it through this utility and you'll simply get a sequence of numbers that someone will need to decode to read.
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