(UCS) A 16-bit character set.
A printer feature that allows the use of a variety of character arrays. IBM.
the coded character set defined by Unicode and ISO/IEC 10646, intended to support all commonly used characters from all writing systems, current and past.
The international standard ISO/IEC 10646 defines the Universal Character Set (UCS) as a character encoding. It contains nearly a hundred thousand abstract characters, each identified by an unambiguous name and an integer number called its code point.