ASCII Table with Descriptions – Machine Vision Software Code Reference

ASCII, acronym for “American Standard Code for Information Interchange”, was developed in the 1960’s but is still in important use today.  (No matter what people say about RS-232, it’s still the appropriate protocol to use sometimes AND it’s still very reliable!)   More often than not, we need access to the ASCII tables when we’re coding our applications in C#.  Therefore, the following is a handy reference that we’d like to share with fellow engineers.   The standard table has 128 characters, using 7-bits with the 8th bit as a parity check.  The term “Extended ASCII Code” is somewhat unclear,
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