|Integer ASCII code:||3|
|Binary code:||0000 0011|
Unicode symbol: ␃, int code: 9219 (html ␃) hex code: 2403 (html ␃)
Frequently used as a "break" character (Ctrl-C) to interrupt or end a program or process.
Let's move on to the ETX character. The End-of-Text character (ETX) (hex value of 0x03, frequently showed as ^C) is an ASCII control character. Its function is to let the receiving computer know that the end of the data stream has been reached. This is an indicator, but not necessarily the stated fact that all of the data has been received.
What's more, it's frequently used in a role of a "break" character (Control-C) to interrupt a program or process. It was also used in TOPS-20, in order to gain the system's attention before logging in.
It is frequently used alongside with Start of Text (STX) and Data Link Escape (DLE) in order to determine boundaries in the Data link layer.
mIRC chooses ETX to be the color character escape character.
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