AMZ DIGICOM

Digital Communication

AMZ DIGICOM

Digital Communication

Table of ASCII codes: overview of all ASCII characters

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BAD

The null character tells the device to do nothing. (null)

0000001

1

1

SOH

Indicates the start of a header. (Start of Heading)

0000010

2

2

STX

Indicates the end of a heading and marks the beginning of a block of text. (Start of Text)

0000011

3

3

ETX

Marks the end of a block of text. (End of Text)

0000100

4

4

EOT

Marks the end of the complete transmission. (End of Transmission)

0000101

5

5

ENQ

A request that demands a response. (Enquiry)

0000110

6

6

ACK

Gives a positive response to a request. (Acknowledgement)

0000111

7

7

BEAUTIFUL

Triggers an audible signal. (bell)

0001000

8

8

BS

Moves the cursor back one position. (Backspace)

0001001

9

9

TAB (HT)

A horizontal tab that moves the cursor within a line to the next preset position. (Horizontal Tab)

0001010

AT

10

LF

Moves the cursor to the next line. (Line Feed)

0001011

B

11

VT

Vertical tab moves the cursor to a predefined line. (Vertical Tab)

0001100

VS

12

FF

Requests a page break. (Form Feed)

0001101

D

13

RC

Returns the cursor to the first position in the line. (Carriage Return)

0001110

E

14

N/A

Allows you to switch to a particular visualization. (Shift Out)

0001111

F

15

IF

Return to normal viewing. (Shift In)

0010000

10

16

DLE

The meaning of the following characters is changed. (Data Link Escape)

0010001

11

17

DC1

Control characters assigned based on the device used to trigger specific functions. (Device Control)

0010010

12

18

DC2

Control characters assigned based on the device used to trigger specific functions. (Device Control)

0010011

13

19

DC3

Control characters assigned based on the device used to trigger specific functions. (Device Control)

0010100

14

20

DC4

Control characters assigned based on the device used to trigger specific functions. (Device Control)

0010101

15

21

NAK

Negative response to a request. (Negative Acknowledge)

0010110

16

22

SYN

Synchronizes a data transmission, even if no signal is transmitted. (Synchronous Idle)

0010111

17

23

AND B

Marks the end of a transmission block. (End of Transmission Block)

0011000

18

24

CAN

Clearly indicates that a transmission was in error and the data should be discarded. (Cancel)

0011001

19

25

EM

Indicates the end of the storage medium. (End of Medium)

0011010

1A

26

SUB

Replaces an incorrect character. (Substitute)

0011011

1B

27

ESC

Introduces an escape sequence and thus gives special meaning to the following characters. (Escape)

0011100

1 C

28

FS

File Separator: Marks the separation of logical data blocks and is ordered hierarchically (file > group > record > unit)

0011101

1D

29

GS

Group Separator: Marks the separation of logical data blocks and is ordered hierarchically (file > group > record > unit)

0011110

1E

30

RS

Record Separator: Marks the separation of logical data blocks and is ordered hierarchically (file > group > record > unit)

0011111

1F

31

US

Unit Separator: Marks the separation of logical data blocks and is ordered hierarchically (file > group > record > unit)

1111111

7F

127

OF THE

Deletes a character. Since this control character consists of the same digit in all positions, it was possible, in the days of perforated tapes, to invalidate another character by cutting out all positions. (Delete)

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