ASCII (/ˈæski/ ASS-kee), abbreviated from American Standard Code for Information Interchange, is a character-encoding scheme. (See Wikipedia for detail)

  • it encodes 128 specified characters into 7-bit binary integers.
  • it includes definitions for 128 characters: 33 are non-printing control characters and 95 printable characters, including the space.
  • it reserves the first 32 codes (numbers 0–31 decimal) for control characters.
  • it was surpassed by UTF-8?, which includes ASCII as a subset.

Table and Description

See the following for detail:

End of Line Issue

In computing, a newline, also known as a line ending, end of line (EOL), or line break. See Newline for detail.

See Also

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