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ASCII (/ˈæskiː/ ( listen) ASS-kee), abbreviated from American Standard Code for Information Interchange, is a character encoding standard for electronic communication. ASCII codes represent text in computers, telecommunications equipment, and other devices.What are ASCII digits?
ASCII uses 7 binary digits (bits) to represent characters: 1000001 (or 41 in hexadecimal or 65 in standard base-10 numbers) represents the upper-case letter A; 1000010 represents B; 1000011 represents C; and so on in sequence.What is ASCII apostrophe?
ASCII code for apostrophe (') In the second column the decimal code. The 3rd and 4th columns shows the decimal to hex and octal conversion. Note that 32 characters (from 0 to 31) are control characthers (originally non printable chars). They are used, mainly, in data communications to control the information flow in a data line.What is the ASCII code for a quote?
The ASCII code for the quotation mark is 34. (Well, strictly speaking it's not a real quotation mark but the inches mark that we commonly use as quotation mark. A real quotation mark is a typographical character that is not available in ASCII.) There are plenty of ASCII tables on the web.