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What are examples of alphanumeric characters?

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Alphanumeric characters comprise the combination of the twenty-six characters of the alphabet (from A to Z) and the numbers 0 to 9. Therefore, 1, 2, q, f, m, p and 10 are all examples of alphanumeric characters. Symbols like *, & and @ are also considered alphanumeric characters.

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What are examples of alphanumeric characters?
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These characters can also be used in combination. Examples of alphanumeric characters made of the combination of special symbols, numbers and the characters of the alphabet are &AF54hh, jjHF47, @qw99O. The characters of the alphabet can either be in lower case or upper case. The context of use determines whether or not case sensitivity is applied.

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