"Hi, Amigo!" "Now it's time for another interesting topic: encodings." "Perhaps you've already heard somewhere that each character has a code (number). That's why the char type can represent both symbols and numbers." "For example, the code for the letter 'A' in the English alphabet is 65. 'B' is 66, 'C' is 67, and so on. There are unique codes for uppercase letters, lowercase letters, Cyrillic letters, Chinese characters ..."