Hackvertor now translates

Whilst reading everyone’s tweets, I found Yosuke Hasegawa had posted a binary string. I decoded it out of curiosity, first it was binary, then character codes, then UTF-7 and finally Japanese. So yeah you can tell what’s coming, I wanted Hackvertor to decode it all for me. Here’s the string:-

00101011 01001101 01000111 00111000 01110111 01010111 01111010 01000010 01001101 01001101 01001001 00111000 00101101

And here is Hackvertor converting it:-

Hackvertor can now convert from one language to another:-
Spanish translation

Viel Spaß!

3 Responses to “Hackvertor now translates”

  1. Gareth Heyes writes:

    It now auto decodes it, as well as detecting languages automatically.

    Auto decode

    Language example

  2. fragge writes:

    Hmm <@lang_trans_0(en,es)>Have you seen my monkey? He is black and very big.<@/lang_trans_0> does nothing 😐

  3. Gareth Heyes writes:


    Does for me:-
    “¿Has visto a mi mono? Él es negro y muy grande.”

    Which browser are you using?