Words-to-Lottery Numbers Converter

Our word-to-lottery number converter can transform your names, stories, or anything else into lottery numbers you can use to play the lottery. It eliminates the need to convert words into numbers manually. With a single click, you can have your numbers in an instant.

Disclaimer: It’s important to know that using our word-to-lottery number converter doesn’t have any impact on the actual lottery draw. A lottery is a game of chance, and our system is just for luck, so it doesn’t affect the outcome of the draw. We recommend you always play responsibly!

The Calculations Behind It

Our word-to-lottery converters use different code systems to make this conversion happen. They are:

  • A=1, B=2. C=3, …

The system uses the standard alphabetical order. The letter ‘A’ is the first letter, and it is assigned the number ‘1’. ‘B’ is the second letter, and we assign it the number ‘2’. The remaining letters follow the same order.

  • A=0, B=1, C=2, …

This code system follows the alphabetical order, with the exception that it starts from 0 instead of 1. For example, ‘A’ is assigned the value ‘0’, ‘B’ has a value of ‘1’, and ‘C’ will have the value ‘2’.


ASCII, short for American Standard Code for Information Interchange, is an encoding system to convert text into numbers that computers understand. Each letter has a unique numeric code. For instance, the number for the letter ‘a’ is ‘97’ and ‘b’ is 98.

  • Hex ASCII

Hex ASCII is the representation of the ASCII result in hexadecimal notation (base 16). In the hexadecimal numbering system, digits are represented using the numbers 0-9 and the letters A-F. The letters A through F represent values 10 through 15 respectively.

  • Binary ASCII

Binary ASCII is the representation of ASCII results in binary numbers (base 2). In the binary system, numbers are represented using only 0s and 1s. Each digit in a binary number is called a bit, and a group of 8 bits is known as a byte.

  • Tap Code/ Knock Code

The tap code is a communication system that uses taps to transmit messages. It employs a 5×5 grid, with each letter represented by two sets of taps. The first set represents the row, and the second number of taps is for the column.

Using this grid as a reference, you can also convert letters to numbers for lottery playing.


For instance, let’s say we want to convert ‘H’ to a number with the tap code system. We can find ‘H’ in the 2nd row and the 3rd column on the table. So the number for ‘H’ will be ‘23’.

2FGH (2nd row, 3rd Column)IJ

With our converter, you can skip the table and find your numbers in a single click.

How to Use Our Words-to-Lottery Numbers Converter

The process of using our Words-to-Lottery tool is simple. Here are the steps:

  1. Select the code system you want to use for your conversion.
  2. Choose the language. Our converter can work with English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, and Swedish.
  3. If your indigenous language is not listed, choose “CUSTOM” and enter the alphabet of your language in the open field.
  4. Type the words you want to change into numbers.
  5. Our converter will change the numbers as soon as it receives your input.
  6. Click “Copy Numbers” to copy the results to your clipboard.
  7. You can now use the numbers in your next game.
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