|Integer ASCII code:||24|
|Binary code:||0001 1000|
Unicode symbol: ␘, int code: 9240 (html ␘) hex code: 2418 (html ␘)
This character shows that the previous data have an error or are to be left without paying attention to it.
In telecommunication the term cancel character has the different meanings. You can find them below:
* A control character ("CAN", U+0018, or ^X) is used in order to show that the data with which it is related are erroneous or are to be left without paying attention to it.
* A control character ("CCH", U+0094) is used in order to clean up the previous character. This character was created in the role of definite alternative to the backspace character, which is more usual ("BS", U+0008). Now it's pretty outdated, having generally obsolete alternative function. Nowadays it makes the following character to be superimposed on the previous one.
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