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Introduction of Unicode (python)

Introduction of UnicodeThe American Standard Code for Information Interchange, better known by its acronym ASCII, was standardized. ASCII defined numeric codes for various characters, with the numeric values running from 0 to 127

Unicode Provide the Unique number for every Character, like as the Uppercase letter 'A' is assigned the '65' Code Value. Unicode consist of Uppercase ,lowercase letter, emoji , each each every character as code value.Unicode may be 8 bit ,16 bit Or 32 bit..



Unicode has lot of benefit in programming and Unicode doesn't matter what the Platform, what Language , what  Program.

Let See Example Of Using ASCII Value: ASCII Code(65  to 90)
for i in range(65,91):
    print(chr(i),end=" ")
#OUTPUT A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z 

Similar we can use the lowercase alphabets by using (97 to 121) ASCII code value.

UNICODE TABLE : 
Properties :
UTF-8 is one of the most commonly used encodings. UTF stands for “Unicode Transformation F…