Definition of Ascii character set

1. Noun. (computer science) 128 characters that make up the ASCII coding scheme. "The ASCII character set is the most universal character coding set"

Category relationships: Computer Science, Computing
Generic synonyms: Character Set



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ascii Character Set

ASAP
ASAR
ASAT
ASATs
ASA character
ASBM
ASBMs
ASBO
ASBOed
ASBOing
ASBOs
ASCE
ASCII
ASCII art
ASCII character
ASCII character set
ASCII control character
ASCII text file
ASCIIbetical
ASCIIfied
ASCIIfies
ASCIIfy
ASCIIfying
ASDF
ASE
ASEAN
ASHRAE
ASIC

Literary usage of Ascii character set

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1. SAS(R) 9.1.3 Language Reference:: Dictionary, Fifth Edition, Volumes 1-4 by SAS Institute (2006)
"... created the data set. empty string Data set not sorted ASCII ASCII character set EBCDIC EBCDIC character set ANSI OS/2 ANSI standard ASCII character set ..."

2. SAS(R) Component Language 9.1:: Reference, Volumes 1 and 2 by SAS Institute (2004)
"... extended ASCII character set ANSI OS/2 ANSI standard ASCII character set OEM OS/2 OEM code format ‘DATAREP' returns a string indicating the type of ..."

3. SAS(R) 9.1 Companion for UNIX Environments by Institute SAS Institute (2004)
"Details Because UNIX uses the ASCII character set, the RANK function returns an integer that represents the position of a character in the ASCII collating ..."

4. Ninth Day of Creationby Leonard Crane by Leonard Crane (2000)
"sixteen squared or two hundred fifty-six strings—not very big if you want to store numbers," he went on, "but plenty if it's the ASCII character set: the ..."

5. SAS/IML 9.1 by SAS Institute (2004)
"These numeric elements should generally be in the range 0 to 255. For example, in the ASCII character set, ..."

6. SAS(R) 9.1 Companion for Windows by SAS Institute (2004)
"Details Because Windows uses the ASCII character set, the RANK function returns an integer that represents the position of a character in the ASCII ..."

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