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any member of the standard code for representing characters by binary numbers

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The Model 4720 monitors the data on its A and B ports and responds to custom protocol ASCII characters “Switch to A” or “Switch to B” command sequences.
To get a feel for the potential impact of this, imagine the consequences if one company owned the rights to the ASCII character set.
For example, our display program will rely on ASCII characters, since the publishing community still lacks an industry-wide standard for type, graphics, and page layout (and since our abilities to program our own publication solutions are quite limited).
Parsed character data is the term for the ASCII characters between start and end tags.
The ASCII table allows the user quick access to a complete ASCII character table so the user may easily call up Greek characters and math symbols without having to switch to a high powered word processor.
If this code is used with a Chinese-English computer system, the most significant bit (MSB) of each byte can be flagged as a "1" if it represents a Chinese character and a "0" if it represents an ASCII character.
According to TechCrunch, the Google logo bar code spells out "Google" using Code 128, which they describe as "a standard way of encoding ASCII character strings (ie.
The device's resolution of 256 x 200 (V) pixel up to 640 x 480 (VGA) makes standard a built-in 128-character ASCII character set clearly visible for most situations.
For starters, mainframe data is stored using several different character sets instead of the ASCII character set used by open systems machines.
Each ASCII character can be represented by 7 binary digits such as 1000001.
And each command uses an ASCII character followed by data to perform an operation.
The end of the directory and all variable length fields are marked with a special character, the ASCII character 30.
0 substantially improves the processing throughput speed and match rates, completes support for large files (greater than 4 GB), adds support for the extended ASCII character set, includes new database accessibility support for MS Access, Excel, and SQL Server databases, and enhances stability to ensure processing reliability.
Full Unicode compliant support for double-byte characters enables testing in languages that are not supported by the standard ASCII character set, such as Kanji, Mandarin or Arabic.
In September, the ICANN Board acknowledged the VeriSign GRS multilingual testbed, the importance of a standards-based approach and "that the Internet evolve to be more accessible to those who do not use the ASCII character set.