Basic Latin

The basic Latin unicode group is a subset of the Unicode standard that consists of the characters used in the English alphabet and some commonly used punctuation marks and symbols. The basic Latin unicode group includes the letters A-Z, the digits 0-9, and the punctuation marks. These characters are encoded using the ASCII (American Standard Code for Information Interchange) standard, which is a widely used character encoding system for electronic communication. The basic Latin unicode group is used in many applications, including word processing, web browsing, and messaging, to represent text in the English language.
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