What do ASCII codes 128-159 stand for?

Ronny Mandal ronnyma at math.uio.no
Mon May 25 08:06:14 UTC 2009

Yes, you're right; ASCII is a seven bit code. Only E-ASCII employs the
8th bit to widen the addressing space available, thus it can define
more characters in binary.


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