Found 3 Articles for UNICODE

Difference between ANSI and Unicode

Md. Sajid
Updated on 16-Aug-2023 13:21:03


Character encoding standards used in computers include ANSI (American National Standards Institute) and Unicode. ANSI is not a character encoding in and of itself but rather a collection of character sets utilized by several standards organizations. Unicode is a universal character encoding standard that was created to include characters from all of the world's writing systems. Read this article to find out more about ANSI and iPhoto and how they are different from each other. What is ANSI? The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) is a private, non-profit organization in the United States that oversees the development ... Read More

Unicodes in computer network

Updated on 28-Mar-2023 17:46:15


Unicode is the information technology standard for the consistent encoding, representation, and handling of text that is expressed in the world’s writing systems. The standard is created by the Unicode Consortium in 1991. It includes symbols, arrows, characters, etc. Characters that are mostly used in the English language, are represented by the ASCII subset of Unicode. Unicode, on the other hand, is a more thorough encoding technique that can represent characters from various languages and scripts, including mathematical symbols and other specialist characters. Unicode Standard approved by the Unicode consortium and international standard ISO. Definition Unicode is a universal character ... Read More


Manish Kumar Saini
Updated on 14-Mar-2023 17:10:48

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ASCII and UNICODE are the two most extensively used character encoding schemes in computer systems. The most basic difference between ASCII and UNICODE is that ASCII is used to represent text in form of symbols, numbers, and character, whereas UNICODE is used to exchange, process, and store text data in any language. What is ASCII? ASCII stands for American Standard Code for Information Interchange. It is a standard developed for character encoding in electronic communication. ASCII was first published in 1963. In computers and other electronic systems, it is used for representing text as symbols, characters, and numbers. In ASCII, ... Read More