ASCII

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ASCII (American Standard Code for Information Interchange) is a code used to represent romanic characters using a single byte. It has been widely used in computers and the digital field in general since its creation. Nowadays other standards like UniCode are growing in use because of their multilingual capabilities (using 2 or more bytes)

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