About ETB

Integer ASCII code: 23
Binary code: 0001 0111
Octal code: 27
Hexadecimal code: 17
Group: control
Seq: ^W

Unicode symbol: , int code: 9239 (html &#9239) hex code: 2417 (html &#x2417)


End of Transmission Block shows the end of a transmission block of data in case when data are separated into such blocks for achieving some transmission goals.

End of Transmission Block is a pretty long phrase to write or even pronounce, so in the C0 control code set which is used in ASCII, End-of-Transmission-Block character has a short abbreviation name ETB (code 23, or 0x17, or ^W in caret notation). It is a communication control character which has the function of showing the end of a data block for achieving any communications goals. Besides, ETB is used for blocking data in cases when the structure of block is not necessarily related to the processing function.


input value base type output hash
ETB char MD5 84ff14fa45be3ca4739e7c027717a541
ETB char SHA1 094d98b399bf4ace7b8899ab7081e867fb03f869
23 dec MD5 37693cfc748049e45d87b8c7d8b9aacd
23 dec SHA1 d435a6cdd786300dff204ee7c2ef942d3e9034e2
00010111 bin MD5 c39ddef288635ba16078ce73364c1d42
00010111 bin SHA1 efe69c4a0111cbb470dc615b6e2a95ce1a90c8d0
0001 0111 bin MD5 3527a547bcda96b2ca311fbf7699afdb
0001 0111 bin SHA1 9343374172d4e2563a6767b968f58d3263f80833
27 oct MD5 02e74f10e0327ad868d138f2b4fdd6f0
27 oct SHA1 bc33ea4e26e5e1af1408321416956113a4658763
17 hex MD5 70efdf2ec9b086079795c442636b55fb
17 hex SHA1 0716d9708d321ffb6a00818614779e779925365c
0x17 hex MD5 edacd9dbc6ae3a46f3566f48c5e03460
0x17 hex SHA1 d6b0db473344836304fa939e9025cecb1905bcf9
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