What are examples of alphanumeric characters?

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Alphanumeric is a term used to denote a combination of alphabetic and numeric alphabets and an example is ATH65 or any other combination of numbers and alphabetic letters. However, depending on the application, some of the characters in the alphanumeric are avoided. A good example is when it is to be interpreted by humans, the letters I, O, Q, S and Z are avoided together with the numbers 1, 0, 5 and 2.
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