Text to Octal

Octal is a base-8 numbering system that uses 8 digits, 0 to 7. It is commonly used in computing and programming to represent values in a compact form. Text, on the other hand, is a representation of characters, letters, and symbols using codes. Converting text to octal involves mapping each character to its equivalent octal code.

There are various methods to convert text to octal. One of the simplest methods is to use the ASCII (American Standard Code for Information Interchange) codes, which assigns a unique code for each character in the standard English alphabet, as well as digits and special characters. For example, the ASCII code for the letter "A" is 65, which can be represented in octal as 101.