Convert between a variety of text characters like Binary, HEX, ASCII, Octal, Base64, and several hash algorithms with this lightweight application.
- Smjrifle Text Converter
- License :Trial
- OS:Windows All
Smjrifle Text Converter Description
There are various types of character used and recognized by a computer. Sure enough most of them are not human-readable, or at least not by heart. In this regard, Smjrifle Text Converter comes with the means to help you convert between a variety of popular character formats, including several checksum algorithms.
Convert between binary, ASCII, HEX, and more
On the bright side of things, the application comes in a lightweight package and doesn’t require installation to function. More than this, it’s built to run on Java Runtime Environment, which is a mandatory requirement for functionality, but it also means it can run on other operating systems than Windows.
As far as the visual design is concerned, the application keeps things simple, relying on classic window elements to present its set of features. The interface is structure in multiple panels, each displaying the results of its corresponding character type. It’s enough to start writing in the desired type of string.
Convert to other types or decode strings
The application supports an impressive variety of character types, such as regular text, binary, hexadecimal, ASCII, octal, base64, as well as some checksum algorithms like MD2, MD5, SHA1, SHA-256, SHA-384, and SHA-512.
Conversion is possible between all types. You can either write the code or paste it from clipboard. Results are delivered as you type, and saving is also done through the clipboard. The application can also be used to decode any type of supported string by simply pasting it in the appropriate field and hitting the convert button, which translates it into all the other types.
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All things considered, we can state that Smjrifle Text Converter is a practical application overall for converting and decrypting various types of character types. Results are delivered on the spot, and it can be used without installation on any machine running Java.