Question: Why ASCII code is used?

ASCII is used as a method to give all computers the same language, allowing them to share documents and files. ASCII is important because the development gave computers a common language.

What is the purpose of Ascii code?

ASCII stands for American Standard Code for Information Exchange. The purpose of ASCII is to create a standard for character-sets used in electronic equipments. The standard ensures that different devices (which might be manufactured by differing companies) can communicate to each other with the same character-code.

How does the Ascii code work?

It is a code that uses numbers to represent characters. Each letter is assigned a number between 0 and 127. A upper and lower case character are assigned different numbers. For example the character A is assigned the decimal number 65, while a is assigned decimal 97 as shown below int the ASCII table.

What is the use of Ascii code write its full form?

The full form of ASCII is American Standard Code for Information Interchange. They are a set of codes that uses a range of numbers to represent alphabets and other special characters. Each and every letter is assigned some number between 0 and 127.

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