ASCII value


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ASCII value

The numerical value, or order, of an ASCII character. There are 128 standard ASCII characters, numbered from 0 to 127. Extended ASCII adds another 128 values and goes to 255. The numbers are typically represented in decimal (see ASCII chart) or in hexadecimal (see hex chart).
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,where '7' is the number of iterations required to reverse entire input byte and N = [[n.sub.1] + [n.sub.2] + [n.sub.3] + [n.sub.4] + ......[n.sub.j]], where [n.sub.j], [n.sub.2], ......[n.sub.j] is the ASCII Value of each byte of the password.
where '7' is the number of iterations required to reverse entire input byte and N = [[n.sub.1] + [n.sub.2] + [n.sub.3] + [n.sub.4] +......[n.sub.j]], where [n.sub.1], [n.sub.2], ......[n.sub.j], is the ASCII Value of each byte of the password.
The predetermined modulus value can be adjusted in many cases, especially for ASCII values. Since ASCII values range from 0 to 128, the modulus value could be as low as 129.