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ASCII is a character encoding system that only includes up to 256 characters, primarily comprising English (Latin) letters, numbers, and symbols. It uses up to eight bits to represent each character. In contrast, Unicode is a much larger encoding standard which uses more than eight bits to represent each character. State how many distinct characters 16-bit unicode (UTF-16) is able to represent.
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