LZW text compression

The calculator compresses an input text using the LZW algorithm. On output, it creates a compressed message in binary form. You can download it as a binary file. For those who want to study the logic of the LZW compression algorithm, it will be useful to study the log of the algorithm and the phrase dictionary that is created in the process.

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LZW text compression

Text to count words
A character to replace invisible symbol.
A symbol that is used to indicate the position of the missing byte of an incomplete multibyte character.
Number of bits in the original text
Number of bits in the compressed message
Zero bits added
Compressed message in binary form
Initial dictionary
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