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The browser-based** Octal to Binary Converter** offers you the instant conversion from **Octal number value to Binary number value.**

Whether you like it or not, you are connected with the numbers, directly or directly, since the day you were born.

We need numbers in almost every field of life. The **number system** is the system to express the value of the number based on its base value. Therefore, the same number have different representation in different number systems.

The number system having the base value eight is known as the **Octal Number System**. That system includes eight symbols; 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. In that system, each digit includes the weight, which is the power of 8, and the value of each digit increases eight times as we move from right to left in an octal number system. That means that each digit in the octal number system has a value eight times stronger than the previous one, moving from right to left.

The number system having the base value two is known as the **Binary Number System**. The computer systems and digital systems are based on the binary number system. That system includes two symbols; 0, 1, which are used to define the number. In that system, each digit consists of the weight, which is the power of 2, and the value of each digit increases two times as we move from right to left in a binary number system. That means that each digit in the binary number system has a value two times stronger than the previous one, moving from right to left.

The first and the main difference between these two number systems is the base value. The Octal Number System has a base value of eight(8), while the Binary Number System has a base value of ten(10). That means the same number has a different value in these two numbering systems.

The Octal Number System includes eight symbols; 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and the Binary Number System consists of two symbols; 0, 1, which define the number.

The main advantage of using the Binary Number System includes two conditions, 0 and 1, so it is easy for the computer devices to adopt that system. It is helpful in coding, with fewer computations and fewer computational errors.

The Octal Number system used fewer digits than the Decimal Number System and Hexadecimal Number System. It requires a 3-bit space to save each bit of octal data.

The manual conversion from octal to binary is a time-consuming and challenging task. For converting the number from octal to binary, do the following steps.

- Open the
**Online Octal to the Binary Converter**. - You can either copy and paste the amount in the "Enter Value" section.
- Once the amount is uploaded, click on the "Convert to Binary" button to get the result.
- The resulted amount will be displayed in the "Result" section.
- Copy the resulting amount to paste it into the desired location.

**Note:** You can also convert binary to octal by using an **Online Binary to the Octal Converter**.