James E. Agenbroad scripsit:
> 1. Being basically a 6-bit system, Braille has 64 codes to which meanings
> can be assigned. It would work less well with any language whose writing
> system (letters, digits, punctuation, symbols (e.g. @#$%&*+=)) had more
> than 64 elements.
Unicode 3.0 has slots for 256 Braille symbols, making it an 8-bit system.
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