ATASCII

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Name ATASCII
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ATASCII is a eight-bit encoding that was used on Atari computers. It uses most, but not all, of the ASCII printing characters; codes 7B through 7F are different. The characters with the high bit set (80 through FF) are, with some exceptions, inverse video versions of the same code ANDed with 7F. There have been a number of programs to portray ATASCII on modern operating systems, as well as fonts designed from the originals.

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