ASCII encoding of a string
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numlib::toAscii(s) returns the list of ASCII
codes of the characters in the string
numlib::toAscii returns an error if its argument
is not a string.
The ASCII coding of a well-known name:
numlib::toAscii("MuPAD - Multi Processing Algebra Data Tool")
and the ASCII coding of an empty string:
numlib::toAscii(s) returns a list of nonnegative