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'[PICLIST] [PIC] Re: Reading and storing ASCII in F'
2000\06\18@172902 by Harold Hallikainen

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On Sun, 18 Jun 2000 21:29:32 +0200 Quentin <spam_OUTqscTakeThisOuTspamICON.CO.ZA> writes:
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> What do I do when I want to store and read a 8 bit ASCII (all the
> characters after the lower case alphabet)?
>

       All control, lower case, and upper case ASCII characters fit in 7 bits.
8 bits are only required for extended character sets, such as character
graphics, etc.

Harold

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2000\06\19@023321 by Quentin

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Harold Hallikainen wrote:
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> On Sun, 18 Jun 2000 21:29:32 +0200 Quentin <.....qscKILLspamspam@spam@ICON.CO.ZA> writes:
> >
> > What do I do when I want to store and read a 8 bit ASCII (all the
> > characters after the lower case alphabet)?
> >
>
>         All control, lower case, and upper case ASCII characters fit in 7 bits.
> 8 bits are only required for extended character sets, such as character
> graphics, etc.
>
> Harold
>
Yup, but there are some 8 bit characters I want to use.
I've figured it out. I will still use DT to generate the tables, which
will give me RETLW in EEDATH and the 8 bit in EEDATA when I read it. I
just ignore EEDATH.

Thanks
Quentin

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