An abbreviation for "American Standard Code for Information Interchange". A 128 code numeric values assigned to characters to be read by the computer. Usually all PC's use that code. (See Unicode)
a number assigned, by formal convention, to each letter in the alphabet (separate numbers exist for uppercase and lowercase letters) as well as number characters and punctuation characters
The code that computers use to represent characters as binary numbers
The widely used American Standard Code for Information Interchange (ASCII Code) assigns a number to each character that can be typed on a computer keyboard. The code aids programming and communication between computers.
Code representing characters in the English language as numbers. Each character is assigned a numbers from 0 to 127. Most computers use ASCII to represent text and to transfer data from one computer to another. áŠ£áˆµáŠª View
Seven-bit alphanumeric code used by most computer manufacturers.