I have the unofficla mark scheme for gcse computing 2016 question 1

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1)Define character set.
A defined list of characters recognized by the computer hardware and software. Each character is represented by a number. The ASCII character set, for example, uses the numbers 0 through 127 to represent all English characters as well as special control characters.
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In previous OCR mark scheme it was:

"All the characters which are recognised/can be
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Shiiitt I said "a set of code points and their equivalent characters"
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what did everyone put for the legal and ethical implications of lauren's computing website??
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I put a list a computer has that matches each character to a binary value for the computer to understand.
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(Original post by DerRm)
In previous OCR mark scheme it was:

"All the characters which are recognised/can be
represented by the computer system
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That will do
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