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A character is an atomic unit of text as specified by ISO/IEC 10646:2000 [ISO/IEC 10646]

Therefore a Text representation in computer is a String.

All the characters within a string have a common coding representation (ie character set).

Without an associated data language schema ( such as Java, XML, …), a text is primarily said to be Data - Unstructured data

Text is the basis of any language:

Text Editor use also often a text tree (Rope_(data_structure)) to speed up text transformation.

Many different characters look alike and they may be the cause of attack. See Characters - Homograph

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text/text.txt · Last modified: 2017/04/19 09:45 by gerardnico