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Visual Basic® 2012 How to Program, Sixth Edition by Paul Deitel, Abbey Deitel

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D. ASCII Character Set

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Fig. D.1. ASCII character set.

The digits at the left of the table are the left digits of the decimal equivalent (0–127) of the character code, and the digits at the top of the table are the right digits of the character code. For example, the character “F” is in row 7 and column 0, so its character code is 70. Similarly, the character “&” is in row 3 and column 8, so its character code is 38.

Most users of this book are interested in the ASCII character set used to represent English characters on many computers. The ASCII character set is a subset of the Unicode character set used by Visual Basic to represent characters ...

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