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== Description ==
 
== Description ==
 
The Oberon-2 language report defines characters using ASCII (American Standard Code for Information Exchange) representation. Because of this, and for convenience, OOC provides module `Ascii', which defines useful constants corresponding to certain ASCII characters.
 
The Oberon-2 language report defines characters using ASCII (American Standard Code for Information Exchange) representation. Because of this, and for convenience, OOC provides module `Ascii', which defines useful constants corresponding to certain ASCII characters.
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Note that OOC does support the full ISO-Latin-1 character set, which is a strict superset of ASCII, as well as Unicode (via LONGCHAR---see section Additional Data Types)
  
 
ASCII characters can be printable characters, such as letters and digits, and also non-printing characters such as tab and linefeed. ASCII only truly defines 128 characters; this means that the interpretation of the range from `80X' to `0FFX' may vary.
 
ASCII characters can be printable characters, such as letters and digits, and also non-printing characters such as tab and linefeed. ASCII only truly defines 128 characters; this means that the interpretation of the range from `80X' to `0FFX' may vary.

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