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ASCII text

Alphanumeric characters encoded in the ASCII format, including A-Z, 0-9 and special characters. All Internet documents (email, Web pages, etc.) are coded in ASCII text as well as the source programs for most software. The binary codes for ASCII text are defined in the ASCII table (see ASCII chart). See ASCII, ASCII file, plaintext and special character.
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Users can now read articles in XML format, as well as ASCII text and PDF.
Cookies are ASCII text data, created and sent to you by a Web server, and stored on your computer.
Other scanners convert the image data into ASCII text through Optical Character Reader (OCR) technology.
Some of these sources include: WorldCat, a database of 37 million bibliographic records; LibrarySpot, a 24-hour virtual library resource center which brings reference sites together with periodicals, online texts, and library information; ABI/Inform, containing full ASCII text of many articles; ECO (Electronic Collections Online) meeting archival needs nationally; EDGAR (American Securities and Exchange Commission filings of America's largest corporations) database; DIALOG; America OnLine; CompuServe; Internet data servers and news groups (free government statistics and industry performance measures); and electronic subscriptions to Newsweek (quarterly CD-ROM video magazine), Wall Street Journal <http://info.
1) The unstated assumption of the Regulation may be that all computer records are currently capable of being converted to a universal standard such as ASCII text files.
Since all patient information is stored as ASCII text, the general text-editor function can be used to edit any portion of the patient file as desired at any time.
Daily News delivers ASCII text to any brand of hardware connected to the network.
Using ASCII text, spreadsheet or database formats, you can move data from spreadsheets and databases to word processors and to depreciation, trial balance, audit and tax programs (and vice versa).
These programs are designed to allow data to be typed directly on the forms, or to be imported from other magnetic media, ASCII text files or other computer accounting programs such as Quicken.
Some also can convert their ASCII text files into "soft" files that may be transmitted to other types of computers via a modem.
A separate ASCII Text Import Module is also available that enables import of pressure volume loop data in text format that was recorded in any other acquisition programs.
The software can also integrate peak areas, smooth data, take derivatives, enhance data resolution, edit and append data, rescale graphs, and store data in ASCII text format for use in other software packages.