About DC4

Integer ASCII code: 20
Binary code: 0001 0100
Octal code: 24
Hexadecimal code: 14
Group: control
Seq: ^T

Unicode symbol: , int code: 9236 (html &#9236) hex code: 2414 (html &#x2414)


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
DC4 char MD5 15f41a2e96bae341dde485bb0e78f485
DC4 char SHA1 3ce0a1af90b6e7a3dd8d45e410884b588ea2d04c
20 dec MD5 98f13708210194c475687be6106a3b84
20 dec SHA1 91032ad7bbcb6cf72875e8e8207dcfba80173f7c
00010100 bin MD5 d43266c717ac703536b6c0ae2840a13b
00010100 bin SHA1 f9b55d7dfc7b98f42624cb404d3083d5ba222d55
0001 0100 bin MD5 c0b9af6a583c7feaaa885e82f8236188
0001 0100 bin SHA1 b4b982aabe9f12e871fd9194094b980411269c52
24 oct MD5 1ff1de774005f8da13f42943881c655f
24 oct SHA1 4d134bc072212ace2df385dae143139da74ec0ef
14 hex MD5 aab3238922bcc25a6f606eb525ffdc56
14 hex SHA1 fa35e192121eabf3dabf9f5ea6abdbcbc107ac3b
0x14 hex MD5 7ede630abba36f2d88c6949c4be528d4
0x14 hex SHA1 0be4bc9b0292ec591b6bd6707339ce758e8878f6
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