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In 1963, the American Standards Association released a standard defining an 8-bit method to represent letters, punctuation, and control characters. This episode examines ASCII so that we can begin to see how computers represent language.

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Computer Organization and Design Fundamentals Series was created as part of the East Tennessee State University’s Open Educational Resources (OERs) Awards Program.

Episode-3.08-Transcript.pdf (113 kB)
Episode 3.08 – Intro to ASCII Character Encoding Transcript in PDF

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Episode 3.08 – Intro to ASCII Character Encoding Transcript in Word

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