ASCII 67 Code



    NULL=Blank NULL= Blank (all spacing)
    SOM=Start of Message SOH= Start of Heading
    EOA=End of Address STX= Start of Text
    EOM=End of Message ETX=End of Text
    EOT=End of Transmission EOT= End of Transmission
    WRU=Who aRe yoU ENQ=Enquiry
    RU= aRe yoU ACK= Acknowledge, Positive
    BELL=Signal Bell BELL= Signal Bell
    (not assigned) BS= Back Space
    TAB=Horizontal Tab HT= Horizontal Tab
    LINE FEED LF= Line Feed or NL= New Line
    VT=Vertical Tab VT= Vertical Tab
    FORM FF= Form Feed
    RETURN CR= Carriage Return
    SO= Shift Out SO= Shift Out
    SI= Shift In SI= Shift In
    DLE= Data Link Escape DLE= Data Link Escape
    X-ON= Transmitter Start DC1= Device Control 1
    TAPE= Reperforator On DC2= Device Control 2
    X-OFF= Transmitter Stop DC3= Device Control 3
    TAPE OFF=Reperf Off DC4= Device Control 4
    ERROR NAK= Negative Acknowledge
    SYN= Synchronous SYN= Synchronous Idle Character
    LEM=Logical End of Medium ETB= End of Transmission
    S0= Special Application 0 CAN= Cancel
    S0= Special Application 1 EM= End of Medium
    S0= Special Application 2 SUB= Substitute
    S0= Special Application 3 ESC= Escape
    S0= Special Application 4 FS= Field Separator
    S0= Special Application 5 GS= Group Separator
    S0= Special Application 6 RS= Record Separator|
    S0= Special Application 7 US= Unit Separator
    RUB= RUBOUT DEL= Delete (all marking)
    ALT MODE=Alternate Mode

NOTES: In 1963-65 only special keyboards used even parity. Most used non parity or bit 8 always marking. 1966 was a mix. After 1967 all machines other than special order were even parity.

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