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character code

[′kar·ik·tər ‚kōd]
(communications)
A bit pattern assigned to a particular character in a coded character set.

character code

A digital coding system for alphanumeric characters. See ASCII and EBCDIC.
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The Character Codes are easy to learn and can immediately be put into action.
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Before Unicode, 8-bit character encoding with its built-in limit of 256 characters could have the same character code number represent a different character in different alphabets.
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said, "I think that end users and software companies are mostly pleased that UI, USLP and OSF have agreed on using common Japanese character codes which ensure compatibility among data.