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    Post NeoHackz Guide Two: Introduction to ASCII and its Connection to Coding

    Welcome to my Second Guide: Introduction to ASCII and it's connection to Hexadecimal. This is was created with the intention of being read by anyone with no previous knowledge about ASCII, but experienced coders may find this useful or informational, as well. So what are you waiting for? Read on!

    - NeoHackz+Shade



    First off, ASCII is an acronym for "American Standard Code for Information Interchange."ASCII is a code for representing English characters as numbers, with each letter assigned a number from 0 to 127. ASCII was created because computers can only process numbers, not letters, so naturally there needed to be a way to convert numbers to letters.

    ASCII text can be converted in to different codes, such as Binary and Hexadecimal. In our case, we are going to focus mainly on Hexadecimal.

    ASCII can be converted to two-digit Hexadecimal codes. For example, -WILL BE CONTINUED-

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    y is this relevant i need help with ram dump tutorial

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    Again a nice link:
    Data Converter: http://geckocodes.org/index.php?arsenal=3

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    data converter?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Russ View Post
    data converter?
    Yeah, convert Hex --> Float, convert Hex --> Decimal and convert ASCII --> Hex.

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    i saw it in the link i have it up but why did u post link for it here and get on skype cuz i need ram dump help and i think i am understanding a little C++

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    Quote Originally Posted by Russ View Post
    i saw it in the link i have it up but why did u post link for it here and get on skype cuz i need ram dump help and i think i am understanding a little C++
    Because it is relevant.
    Quote Originally Posted by NeoHackz+Shade View Post
    ASCII text can be converted in to different codes, such as Binary and Hexadecimal. In our case, we are going to focus mainly on Hexadecimal.
    ASCII can be converted to two-digit Hexadecimal codes. For example, -WILL BE CONTINUED-

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    im so confused!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Russ View Post
    im so confused!!!!
    He goes on to say about converting Hex and ASCII, so I posted a link to converter to help him and others.

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    ok n00b out jk im staying i must learn

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