What caracter encoding is common on Unix systems?

What character encoding is common in unix e.g. CentOS do they use ASCII or UTF-8?

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UTF-8 is the modern default text encoding. As this is a superset of ASCII, just always use UTF-8 and you’ll be fine.

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