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Tool to convert bits to their positional numbering in a binary number according to MSb or LSb indexing.

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Binary Bits Position

Bits Position Decoder

 













See also: ASCII Code

Binary Number to Bits Position Converter







See also: ASCII CodeBinary Code

Bits Position Encoder

 






Answers to Questions (FAQ)

What is binary bits numbering? (Definition)

The bit numbering of a binary number in a sequence is the position of the binary digits (0 and 1) in a binary number.

Bit numbering allows binary data to be represented and manipulated in an organized and unambiguous way when encoding data.

What are LSb and MSb?

LSb (Least Significant Bit) designates the least significant bit of a binary number, the one that represents the smallest value.

MSb (Most Significant Bit), on the other hand, represents the most significant bit, carrying the greatest value in a binary number.

LSb 0 means that position 0 is associated with the least significant bit.

Example:

Position LSb 07 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Binary0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0
Position of 1s3-4-6

MSb 0 means that position 0 is associated with the most significant bit.

Example:

Position MSb 00 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Binary0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0
Position of 1s1-3-4

How to encrypt bits positions?

Each bit is assigned to a unique position in a number, and its value is determined based on that position.

Example: In a byte (8 bits) using the notation LSb0, the smallest bit (LSb) is noted in position 0 and the largest bit (MSb) is in position 7.

To code the position of the bits, in a binary number, by default, only the positions of 1 are noted, by complement, the other values are 0.

Example: 01000101 has its 1 in positions 0,2,6 (LSb0 notation)

How to decrypt bits positions?

Bit position is described relative to a binary number size (block size). The digits or numbers represent the position of the bits at 1 in the binary number.

Example: 0,3,7 in an 8-bit block LSb0 represents the binary code 10001001

How to recognize a bits position ciphertext? (Identification)

Bit position encoded messages include numbers indicating the position of the 1 bits in a binary number.

If the numbers describe bytes (8 bits) then the numbers are between 0 and 7, (even between 1 and 8 if the numbering starts at 1).

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