ASCII code for a NULL character

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    Question ASCII code for a NULL character

    Hi!

    I'm not sure what is the ASCII code for the NULL character. Is it 0?
    Well, I don't know. If someone knows the code, please tell me.

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    The ASCII character for NULL is NULL, its decimal value is 000, its hex value is 00 and its binary value is 0000 0000.
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