The mould of character set on the front of the world's great men, and gladly confessed by them, bears your stamp.
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A character set out from England to try his fortune in Canada.
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But he never tried to live up to the high standard of character set by these heroes of the older days.
To see that thing, which we do love, our character set forth, is ever gratifying.
1. A particular mapping between characters and byte strings, i.e. the combination of a particular character encoding (which maps between byte strings and integers) and a particular coded character set (which maps between integers and characters).
For example: ASCII (the ASCII coded character set, encoded directly as single-byte values), or UTF-8 (the Unicode coded character set, encoded with an 8-bit transformation method).
2. Occasionally: a character repertoire; or a coded character set.