Bit Fiddle function:
1. Convert artibtrary large decimal, hexadecimal or binary numbers or ASCII characters.
2, calculate 1’s complement or 2’s complement.
3. Change the byte order of the input to convert between Little and Big Endian.
4. Look at a simple ASCII table that contains additional information for each character.
5. All are displayed in a compact interface, and all required values can be displayed immediately by just clicking or clicking.
6. The conversion results are displayed in different number systems and have the most common integer sizes: 8 bits, 16 bits, 32 bits, 64 bits and n bits. The n variable uses the required number of bytes to store the unsigned representation of the input number.
8. You can enter any integer formatted in the way you like: all characters that are not integers will be automatically omitted. Here are the numbers to be parsed:
9. Decimal places: 0123456789
10, hexadecimal numbers: 0123456789abcdef and ABCDEF
11, binary numbers: 01 and letters oiOI and L
12. ASCII characters: The input code is UTF-8, but only 7-bit ASCII printable characters can be seen in the output. All other characters are displayed as question marks.
13. Endian conversion will automatically exchange any input bytes, and will generate output based on the converted number. Unless you know it is really what you need, don’t use this sign!
Please note that converting very, very large numbers will take a lot of time.
Mac cracked app screenshot: