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Unicode is a codification for characters. It pretends to replace ASCII as it allows (almost) all universally available characters to be encoded.

In Unicode, as opposed to ASCII, a single character might need more than one byte to encode.

More information can be found at Wikipedia's Unicode article.

NOTE: aMule is a separate project and is not realated to Unicode in any way.