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Not to be confused with UniCode.

Unicode is a mapping of positive integers (called 'codepoints') onto characters, like ASCII which is supersedes. Unlike ASCII, it is not an binary encoding, but several common ones, notably UTF-8, are used to encode Unicode codepoints in binary. UTF-8 actually includes ASCII as its first 128 characters for backwards compatibility.

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