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Admin04.09.2021

ASCII Converter

The Macintosh defined and Postscript also defined a set, both of these contained both international letters and typographic punctuation marks instead of graphics, more like modern character sets.
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Admin18.07.2021

© Copyright Symbol Alt Code

In addition, the original ASCII specification included 33 non-printing which originated with ; most of these are now obsolete, although a few are still commonly used, such as the , and codes.
Admin17.07.2021

string — Common string operations — Python 3.9.6 documentation

When both mapping and kwds are given and there are duplicates, the placeholders from kwds take precedence.
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Admin08.07.2021

ANSI escape code

There were 128 characters in the original ASCII specification - and that's because 128 is the largest number that can be represented with 7 bits.
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Admin06.07.2021

ASCII Table

All uppercase come before lowercase letters; for example, "Z" precedes "a"• The terminal interprets these sequences as commands, rather than text to display verbatim.
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Admin11.06.2021

ASCII Table

, an asteroid named after the character encoding• Update Christos Zoulas updated file to make the amount of bytes looked at configurable.
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Admin19.08.2021

ASCII File Extension

Extended ASCII or High ASCII is an 8-bit character set that is not handled by the ASCII function.
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Admin27.07.2021

ASCII Code

1049 l Disable alternative screen buffer, from xterm CSI? For example, character 10 represents the "line feed" function which causes a printer to advance its paper , and character 8 represents "backspace".
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Admin03.08.2021

ANSI escape code

Only a few , , , were interpreted by the underlying BIOS, making it almost impossible to do any kind of full-screen application.
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Admin17.08.2021

ASCII Codes

A historically common and still prevalent convention uses the ETX code convention to interrupt and halt a program via an input data stream, usually from a keyboard.
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Admin04.07.2021

ASCII codes for MACs

Multiplies the number by 100 and displays in fixed 'f' format, followed by a percent sign.
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