June 1980 , , IETF , , from the original on 2016-06-13 , retrieved 2013-01-28• Most modern character-encoding schemes are based on ASCII, although they support many additional characters.
Other terminals not designed for paper tape made the key at this location produce Backspace, and systems designed for these used that character to back up.
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8-bit codes See also: Eventually, as 8-, and and later computers began to replace , and computers as the norm, it became common to use an 8-bit byte to store each character in memory, providing an opportunity for extended, 8-bit relatives of ASCII.