There are eight predefined character sets in Randall Hyde's UCR standard library, they are alpha (upper and lower case alphabetics), lower (lower
case alphabetics), upper (upper case alphabetics), digits (0..9), xdigits (0..9,A..F, and a..f), alphanum (upper and lower case alphabetics plus the digits),whitespace (space, tab, carriage return, and line feed), and delimiters (whitespace plus commas,semicolons, less than, greater than, and vertical bar).
When I open the include file named as STDSETS.A in which these eight character sets are defined, any correspondence  information can't be found.
Where are they?
Posted on 2009-04-25 10:34:20 by qlmi
I mean I can't find the correspondence ASCII code.
The content of STDSETS.A is:

Alpha          db      001h
Lower          db      002h
Upper          db      004h
Digits          db      008h
xDigits        db      010h
AlphaNum        db      020h
WhiteSpace      db      040h
Delimiters      db      080h
                db      000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h
                db      000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 040h
                db      0C0h, 080h, 000h, 040h, 080h, 000h, 000h, 000h
                db      000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h
                db      000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 040h, 080h
                db      000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h
                db      000h, 000h, 000h, 088h, 018h, 038h, 038h, 038h
                db      038h, 038h, 038h, 038h, 038h, 030h, 020h, 000h
                db      000h, 001h, 081h, 085h, 005h, 095h, 035h, 035h
                db      035h, 035h, 035h, 025h, 025h, 025h, 025h, 025h
                db      025h, 025h, 025h, 025h, 025h, 025h, 025h, 025h
                db      025h, 025h, 025h, 024h, 024h, 020h, 020h, 020h
                db      000h, 001h, 003h, 003h, 003h, 013h, 033h, 033h
                db      033h, 033h, 033h, 023h, 023h, 023h, 023h, 023h
                db      023h, 023h, 023h, 023h, 023h, 023h, 023h, 023h
                db      023h, 023h, 023h, 022h, 020h, 020h, 020h, 020h
                db      000h, 000h, 000h, 080h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h
                db      000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h
                db      000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h
                db      000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h
                db      000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h
                db      000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h
                db      000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h
                db      000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h
                db      000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h
                db      000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h
                db      000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h
                db      000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h
                db      000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h
                db      000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h
                db      000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h
                db      000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h
                db      000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h, 000h


Posted on 2009-04-25 11:23:55 by qlmi
oh, any reply will give me much confidence.
Posted on 2009-04-26 05:40:41 by qlmi

oh, any reply will give me much confidence.


This is probably a question best answered by Mr. Hyde himself.

However, if you are curious... take a look at the number sequence and tell me what you think it means.
Posted on 2009-04-27 10:39:30 by SpooK