About DC3

Integer ASCII code: 19
Binary code: 0001 0011
Octal code: 23
Hexadecimal code: 13
Group: control
Seq: ^S

Unicode symbol: , int code: 9235 (html &#9235) hex code: 2413 (html &#x2413)


These four control codes are allocated in order to implement the device control. Their interpretation is fully depend from the devices, to which they were connected. DC1 and DC2 were originally specified primarily in order to indicate activating a device while DC3 and DC4 were originally specified in order to indicate pausing or turning off a device. In real life practice DC1 and DC3 (known also as XON and XOFF accordingly in this usage) pretty fast became the actual standard for software flow control.


input value base type output hash
DC3 char MD5 ffe51d3e7d8297237588704eeddc6ab2
DC3 char SHA1 5a8ca84c7d4d9b055f05c55b1f707f223979d387
19 dec MD5 1f0e3dad99908345f7439f8ffabdffc4
19 dec SHA1 b3f0c7f6bb763af1be91d9e74eabfeb199dc1f1f
00010011 bin MD5 5a5379ca4100a9579d33ba85e1adf799
00010011 bin SHA1 3605e4570e64af141200a77c13663bd2116365ad
0001 0011 bin MD5 f28e08fd4e165759c47a9f2c9f0be614
0001 0011 bin SHA1 c6916c43d21af71a4b10e0a1de883d857c99e46a
23 oct MD5 37693cfc748049e45d87b8c7d8b9aacd
23 oct SHA1 d435a6cdd786300dff204ee7c2ef942d3e9034e2
13 hex MD5 c51ce410c124a10e0db5e4b97fc2af39
13 hex SHA1 bd307a3ec329e10a2cff8fb87480823da114f8f4
0x13 hex MD5 1f62536ea6e618f00191a795a8bb7434
0x13 hex SHA1 c9e33980100548a7cfae09bcef8e072e8d3de205
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