Two examples of the most used character encoding formats are ANSI and UTF-8. ANSI is the older of the two. While both ANSI and UTF-8 can be used to achieve the same purpose, UTF was created to improve on the various limitations of ANSI. UTF can be regarded as the improved version of ANSI, and as such, it can be used for so many operations. Let's look at some of the differences. There is a clear disparity in the way characters are represented when you use both ANSI and UTF-8.
UFT-8 does not use a fixed byte to define characters; it uses flexible multibyte. ANSI, on the other hand, does not use a multibyte. It uses a fixed byte when defining the characters. On UTF-8, you have the choice to choose between 1-6 bytes for the character representation. While there is only 1 byte or 8 bits in ANSI, when building an application, it will be advisable to always go for UTF-8 because it has so many advantages over ANSI.
Alphabet are used by all of us but can someone please tell me who invented this??
There are 26 letters in the English alphabet. The English alphabet is a Latin Alphabet cntaining all the same letters
that are found in the ISO basic Latin alphabet. The alphabet is divided up into consonants and vowels.
The vowels are A,E,I,O,U and sometimes incudes Y. Y is sometimes incuded because every word in the English language includes at least one vowel but some words only have Y as a vowel.