Reverse Text

To use Reverse Text, please copy and paste your content in the box below, and then click on the big blue button that says “Reverse” and text is reversed, copy it or you can download output in file.

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Reverse text is formed by writing in the direction that for a given language is the reverse of the natural way, so the result is the mirror image of normal writing. It appears normal when reflected in a mirror. It is sometimes used as a code that is extremely primitive. A common modern use of mirror writing can be found on the ambulance front, where the word "AMBULANCE" is often written in the very large mirrored text so drivers can see the word in their rear-view mirror the right way around.

Some people can produce mirrored text handwritten. In this way, in particular, Leonardo da Vinci wrote most of his personal notes. Mirror writing calligraphy has been popular in the Ottoman Empire, where mystical associations have often been carried.

To use Reverse Text, please copy and paste your content in the box below, and then click on the big blue button that says “Reverse” and text is reversed, copy it or you can download output in file.

The “why” is simply because some forms of communication uses special meanings for certain characters. So sending binary means the communication method could interpret it wrongly.

Basically we use Base64 encoding scheme when we need to encode Binary data which need to be stored or transferred over media which use textual data. So we make ensure that the data remain unchanged or without any unnecessary modification.