character setn. The letters, symbols, numbers, and special codes allowed within an environment, which may be constrained by hardware, software, or an established standard.
NotesTwo prominent key character sets include ASCII and EBCDIC. Seven-bit ASCII has a number of extended, eight-bit character sets; the first 128 characters are the same in all sets, but the second half of the set contains characters appropriate to different languages.
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