This is a program where i input a 8 digit binary character and it calculates binary to ascii so if i enter a binary character 01000001 the program calculate and give me the ascii 65 (which is a 'A')

My problem is, once i get 8 character i want to calculate the 8 and get the ascii then calculate the next set. Right now it calculate the last set i input.

ie. i enter 1010101011110000, itll do the calculations for 11110000 and not the first part which is 10101010

would i have to add code into the if statement?

Code:int bit_to_ascii(const char core[ ], char data[ ]); int main( ) { char core2[256]; char data2[13]; int rc2; printf("enter: "); scanf("%256[^\n]", core2); rc2 = bit_to_ascii(core2, data2); printf("%d", rc2); return 0; } int bit_to_ascii(const char core[ ], char data[ ]) { int i, rc = 0, j, inte[7]; char binarray[9]; for(i=0, j=0; core[i] != '\0'; i++) { switch(core[i]) { case '1': case '0': if(j<8) { binarray[j++] = core[i]; } else { j = 0; /* resets j to 0 after 8 1's or 0's have been found */ if(j<8) { binarray[j++] = core[i]; } } break; } } binarray[j] = '\0'; inte[0] = (binarray[0] - 48) * 128; inte[1] = (binarray[1] - 48) * 64; inte[2] = (binarray[2] - 48) * 32; inte[3] = (binarray[3] - 48) * 16; inte[4] = (binarray[4] - 48) * 8; inte[5] = (binarray[5] - 48) * 4; inte[6] = (binarray[6] - 48) * 2; inte[7] = (binarray[7] - 48) * 1; printf("the binary array is: '%s' %d %d %d\n", binarray, inte[0], inte[1], inte[2]); return rc; }