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What is EBCDIC like? How is EBCDIC like ASCII? Hex codes.

Data is represented internally as EBCDIC on IBM mainframes. Data is coded by the EBCDIC coding scheme on IBM iSeries, MVS, computers.
Decimal   Hex   Prints as:

000        00       
001        01      
002        02      
003        03      
004        04      
005        05      	
006        06      
007        07      
008        08      
009        09      
010        0A      
011        0B      
012        0C      
013        0D      
014        0E      
015        0F      
016        10      
017        11      
018        12      
019        13      
020        14      
021        15      
022        16      
023        17      
024        18      
025        19      
026        1A      
027        1B      
028        1C      
029        1D      
030        1E      
031        1F      
032        20      
033        21      
034        22      
035        23      
036        24      
037        25      
038        26      
039        27      
040        28      
041        29      
042        2A      
043        2B      
044        2C      
045        2D      
046        2E      
047        2F      
048        30      
049        31      
050        32      
051        33      
052        34      
053        35      
054        36      
055        37      
056        38      
057        39      
058        3A      
059        3B      
060        3C      
061        3D      
062        3E      
063        3F      
064        40
065        41      
066        42      
067        43      
068        44      
069        45      
070        46      
071        47      
072        48      
073        49      
074        4A      
075        4B      .   (period, dot, full stop)
076        4C      <
077        4D      (
078        4E      +
079        4F      |   (the logical OR)
080        50      &   (ampersand)
081        51      
082        52      
083        53      
084        54      
085        55      
086        56      
087        57      
088        58      
089        59      
090        5A      !
091        5B      $
092        5C      *
093        5D      )
094        5E      ;   (semicolon, point virgule)
095        5F         (the logical NOT)
096        60      -   (minus)
097        61      /   (slash)
098        62      
099        63      
100        64      
101        65      
102        66      
103        67      
104        68      
105        69      
106        6A      
107        6B      ,
108        6C      %   (percent)
109        6D      _   (underscore)
110        6E      >   (greater)
111        6F      ?   (question mark)
112        70      
113        71      
114        72      
115        73      
116        74      
117        75      
118        76      
119        77      
120        78      
121        79      `
122        7A      :   (colon)
123        7B      #   (pound sign, number sign)
124        7C      @   (at sign, a roba)
125        7D      '   (apostrophe, or single quote)
126        7E      =   (equal)
127        7F      "   (quote, or double quotes)
128        80      
129        81      a
130        82      b
131        83      c
132        84      d
133        85      e
134        86      f
135        87      g
136        88      h
137        89      i
138        8A      
139        8B      
140        8C      
141        8D      
142        8E      
143        8F      
144        90      
145        91      j
146        92      k
147        93      l
148        94      m
149        95      n
150        96      o
151        97      p
152        98      q
153        99      r
154        9A      
155        9B      
156        9C      
157        9D      
158        9E      
159        9F      
160        A0      
161        A1      ~
162        A2      s
163        A3      t
164        A4      u
165        A5      v
166        A6      w
167        A7      x
168        A8      y
169        A9      z
170        AA      
171        AB      
172        AC      
173        AD      
174        AE      
175        AF      
176        B0      ^
177        B1      
178        B2      
179        B3      
180        B4      
181        B5      
182        B6      
183        B7      
184        B8      
185        B9      
186        BA      [
187        BB      ]
188        BC      
189        BD      
190        BE      
191        BF      this prints as a solid vertical bar
192        C0      {   (left curly bracket)
193        C1      A
194        C2      B
195        C3      C
196        C4      D
197        C5      E
198        C6      F
199        C7      G
200        C8      H
201        C9      I
202        CA      
203        CB      
204        CC      
205        CD      
206        CE      
207        CF      
208        D0      }   (right curly bracket)
209        D1      J
210        D2      K
211        D3      L
212        D4      M
213        D5      N
214        D6      O
215        D7      P
216        D8      Q
217        D9      R
218        DA      
219        DB      
220        DC      
221        DD      
222        DE      
223        DF      
224        E0      \
225        E1      this prints as a solid vertical bar
226        E2      S
227        E3      T
228        E4      U
229        E5      V
230        E6      W
231        E7      X
232        E8      Y
233        E9      Z
234        EA      
235        EB      
236        EC      
237        ED      
238        EE      
239        EF      
240        F0      0
241        F1      1
242        F2      2
243        F3      3
244        F4      4
245        F5      5
246        F6      6
247        F7      7
248        F8      8
249        F9      9
250        FA      
251        FB      
252        FC      
253        FD      
254        FE      
255        FF      

This is the EBCDIC character printing scheme
as found on IBM mainframes.
There are 3 columns:
	the decimal values, from 0 - 255
	the hexadecimal number equivalent of the decimal value
	the way that hexadecimal value prints on an IBM mainframe.
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