>> Even 8-bit ASCII is a correct term meaning ISO-8859-1.
> I would question that. Understandable, yes, but not really correct.
No, it *is* correct. ANSI X.3 (which has a new name these days) in fact
did define an 8-bit American Standard Code for Information Interchange,
being exactly the same as ISO 8859-1.
Of course, that does not affect the definition of the 7-bit American
> I thought "Roman" was simply an alternate word for "Latin," but Jorg is
> correct. This is also an error.
It's too strong to call it an error.
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