Sunday, April 5, 2009


It is otherwise called as American Standard Code for Information Interchange. Some time back, only English was ruling the World Wide Web alias Internet. If some wants to create a site with a regional language, he/she has to include the font file in the website, which has to be downloaded by anyone who wants to view the site. Still it created lot of problem in viewing the fonts properly.
Then came the era of ASCII. Many languages got its own ASCII code. I guess around 652 languages are there in ASCII. As a result of this, the World Wide Web has become world wider web. Many sites came into existence with regional languages. Now, along with English, Arabic, Chinese and Tamil sites are leading in the number of sites that are registered and viewed across globe.
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