Converting from binary to decimal and back again is a key skill for Computer Scientists at GCSE and above. Students also have to be able to convert to and from hexadecimal.
This means that there are 6 possible conversions that students need to be able to make in a Computer Science exam:
I’ve updated this free tool so that you can generate 20 questions to test yourself (or your students) on any of the six conversions above. The self marking computing tests let you choose which conversions you want to practice and will give you an accuracy and speed score as well as a final score for the number you manage to get correct.
Hi, usually I prefer to use online free binary converter tool to get any conversion and I came across your blog. You have provided very interesting tool, but it will be more fruitful for everyone if you provide such procedures after attempting wrong answer. That can be also helpful for those who are preparing for exam.
This is really informative. I have been converting binary to plain text and plain text into the binary but sometime I was not able to get the perfect answer for the question!!! Then I started using BinaryTranslator where I get the perfect answer for the Binaryconversion in the very less amount of time. But for the preparing for my exams all these techniques are reall y helpful. Thank you very much sharing this one.