What Is Character 0x1d ASCII Mean?

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Hey guys, I was trying to import some text into a string element in XML file, and I’m getting an error as 0x1d ASCII: An invalid XML character. Please help me with the error, so that I can resolve it. Thank you.

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What Is Character 0x1d ASCII Mean?


Hello learner, 0x1d ASCII means GS( Group Separator) according to the ASCII table, and this code comes under the first 32 ASCII codes, which are ASCII control characters. These first 32 codes are invisible characters. The position of GS in the ASCII table is 29.

To represent text in the computers ASCII codes are used.

So, when you’re using any ordinary editors like notepad, then it shows as an error, but you will not be able to find and fix it. To fix it open the text file with the help of any text editor, which shows invisible characters, and you can clear them. The below table has the values of 0x1d ASCII.

Decimal Octal Hexadecimal Binary Character
029 035 0x1d 00011101 GS(group separator)


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