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American Standard Code
for Information Interchange
standard mapping between
characters and bit patterns
( 7 bits,
to be exact
(such as [ISO] 8859-1,
the [ Linux
] default character set
) contain ASCII as their lower half.
The international counterpart of ASCII
is known as ISO 646
+ [Acronym] for for .
+ standard characters ( to be .
+ 8-bit (such as [ISO] the [ ] ) contain ASCII as their lower half. The is .