1. The ASCII character set is a 7-bit set of codes that allows ____ different characters. That is enough for every upper-case letter, lower-case letter, digit and punctuation mark on most keyboards. ASCII is only used for the English language
2. Read the excerpt about ASCII - True or False?
3. Originally based on the English alphabet, ASCII encodes _________ specified characters into seven-bit integers
4. Lowercase i would be represented in the ASCII encoding by binary 1101001 = hexadecimal 69 (i is the ninth letter) = decimal _____
5. ASCII reserves the first 32 codes (numbers 0–31 decimal) for _______________________:
6. Unicode uses between 8 and 32 bits per character, so it can represent characters from ______________________________________
7. Later versions of unicode use even more bits (e.g 21 bits) ..this was done in order to
8. Read the following excerpt and decide whether it is true or false
9. Read the excerpt below about EBDIC and decide which statement is true.
10. EBCDIC has a wider range of control characters than ASCII - and was used for IBMs large operating systems