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What does ASCII mean? American Standard Code for Information Interchange, ASCII (noun) (computer science) a code for information exchange between computers made by different companies; a string of 7 binary digits represents each character; used in most microcomputersWhat is ASCII code used for?
ASCII (pronounced az-skee, rhymes with 'pass-key'), is a table of characters for computers. It is binary code used by electronic equipment to handle text using the English alphabet, numbers, and other common symbols. ASCII is an abbreviation for American Standard Code for Information Interchange.What is ASCII range?
Formally ASCII is a seven bit code. The valid range is 0 - 127. Many people are use to thinking of it as an 8-bit code because bytes are 8 bits wide and characters are stored in bytes. Starting with the IBM-PC back in the eighties the extra bit was used to encode an extra group of OEM characters (128 - 255).What is the ASCII value of the alphabet?
The ASCII value of lowercase alphabets are from 97 to 122. And, the ASCII value of uppercase alphabets are from 65 to 90. If the ASCII value of the character entered by the user lies in the range from 97 to 122 or from 65 to 90, that number is an alphabet.