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Dec 10, 2020
Viewing Non-Printable ASCII Characters
ASCII text can contain non-printable characters which will not be visible when you open a text file in NotePad. The non-printable characters include not only line feeds and carriage returns, but also characters such as those used to mark the end of text; end of transmission; tabs; and file separators.
To review these characters, enter the text in an advanced text editor such as NotePad ++.