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  2. Code page - Wikipedia

    In computing, a code page is a character encoding and as such it is a specific association of a set of printable characters and control characters with unique numbers. Typically each number represents the binary value in a single byte.

  3. HTTP 403 - Wikipedia

    The following nonstandard codes are returned by Microsoft's Internet Information Services, and are not officially recognized by IANA . 403.1 – Execute access forbidden 403.2 – Read access forbidden 403.3 – Write access forbidden 403.4 – SSL required 403.5 – SSL 128 required 403.6 – IP address rejected 403.7 – Client certificate required

  4. SCSI mode page - Wikipedia

    The MODE SENSE commands and the mode page formats include a 6-bit page code field, allowing for 64 possible mode pages. When the number of pages approached this limit, an eight-bit subpage code field was added. A description of many of these page codes is included below.

  5. Windows code page - Wikipedia

    ANSI code pages (officially called "Windows code pages" [1] after Microsoft accepted the former term being a misnomer [2]) are used for native non-Unicode (say, byte oriented) applications using a graphical user interface on Windows systems.

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    For its annual Member Sale, the outdoorsy retailer is offering up 20% off one item at full price and an extra 20% off REI Outlet items with the code MEMBER23 from now until March 27. Members also ...

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    Launched. September 16, 2022. ( 2022-09-16) (stylized as Character.AI, also known as Character AI) is a neural language model chatbot web application that can generate human-like text responses and participate in the contextual conversation. Constructed by previous developers of Google's LaMDA, Noam Shazeer, and Daniel De Freitas ...

  8. Windows-1256 - Wikipedia

    Windows-1256 is a code page used under Microsoft Windows to write Arabic and other languages that use Arabic script, such as Persian and Urdu . This code page is neither compatible with ISO-8859-6 nor the MacArabic encoding.

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