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A standard for assigning numerical values to the set of letters in the Roman alphabet and typographic characters.
[A(merican) S(tandard) C(ode for) I(nformation) I(nterchange).]
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n acronym for
(Computer Science) American standard code for information interchange: a computer code for representing alphanumeric characters
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a standardized code in which characters are represented for computer storage and transmission by the numbers 0 through 127.
[1960–65; A(merican) S(tandard) C(ode for) I(nformation) I(nterchange)]
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A code that assigns numbers to the letters of the alphabet, the digits 0 through 9, and punctuation marks. For example, the capital letter A is coded as 65. (In the binary number system used by computers, 65 is written 1000001.) By standardizing the code used in representing written text, ASCII enables computers to exchange information.
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(American Standard Code for Information Interchange). An eight-bit binary representation of letters and numbers.
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|Noun||1.||ASCII - (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 microcomputers|
computer science, computing - the branch of engineering science that studies (with the aid of computers) computable processes and structures
computer code, code - (computer science) the symbolic arrangement of data or instructions in a computer program or the set of such instructions
ASCII character - any member of the standard code for representing characters by binary numbers
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A. N ABBR =American Standard Code for Information Interchange → ASCII m
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ASCII[ˈæskiː] n abbr (=American Standard Code for Information Interchange) → ASCII ASCII fileASCII file n → fichier m ASCIIascorbic acid [æˈskɔːrbɪk] n → acide m ascorbique
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ASCIIabbr of American Standard Code for Information Interchange → ASCII nt; ASCII file → ASCII-Datei f
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ASCII[ˈæskɪ] n abbr =American Standard Code for Information Interchange → ASCII m
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