Welcome to the binary translator. I've been thinking of making this for a long time, and it makes me very happy to see that it's done. But there are two problems with this program. All text must be entered manually, and if you mess up, you have to go back and edit the binary manually or start over. A newer version is going to be made in which copy and paste will also work, but as of now, text must be entered manually. The "Caps Lock", "Shift", "Control", and "Alt", and "Backspace" keys are not translated by the main box, so if you want to enter the binary for those keys, there are buttons you can click at the bottom of the page for each. For the other problem, I hope to find a solution, butI don't now if I can, so I won't make any promises. I'll try to make this page as convenient as possible. Ok, so enjoy the page and... yeah.

Source: WebDeveloper.EarthWeb.com [Binary 101, Submitted: 10/12/2005, By: Al Panclape] (· System Requirements: Internet Explorer · License: freeware · Language: Javascript)

Comments by Al Panclape:
"This program makes it easy to type in binary. You enter the text in the box designated and [as] each key [is] press[ed] [it] is translated to binary and added to a box below. The result in the bottom box can then be copied and pasted and used for...whatever..."