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3.1.1.2. EBCDIC TYPE

This type is intended for efficient transfer between hosts which use EBCDIC for their internal character representation.

For transmission, the data are represented as 8-bit EBCDIC characters. The character code is the only difference between the functional specifications of EBCDIC and ASCII types.

End-of-line (as opposed to end-of-record--see the discussion of structure) will probably be rarely used with EBCDIC type for purposes of denoting structure, but where it is necessary the <NL> character should be used.


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