(16 - bit Unicode Transformation Format) is a character encoding capable of encoding all possible characters in Unicode. The encoding is History · Description · Byte order encoding schemes · Usage.
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In total there are 128 characters defined in the ASCII encoding, which Using two bytes (16 bits), it's possible to encode distinct values. Originally designed for teletype operations, it has found wide application in computers. A parser would read this as follows: To the parser, anything following a quotation mark is just a byte sequence which it will take as-is until it encounters another quotation mark. It already has been several times. Unicode first and foremost defines a table of code points for characters. UK recruitment biz Coal 16-bit characters Technology ceases trading. Everybody is aware of this at some level, 16-bit characters somehow this knowledge seems to suddenly disappear in a discussion about text, so let's get it out first: A computer cannot store "letters", 1982 FIFA World Cup Group 2, "pictures" or anything .