# One-time pad encryption of ASCII characters [duplicate]

I can't understand a question I came across in a course.

You observe three ciphertexts all resulting from encryption of ASCII plaintexts containing English letters and spaces only, using the one-time pad and the same key. The 10th byte of the first ciphertext is 0xA8, the 10th byte of the second ciphertext is 0xED, and the 10th byte of the third ciphertext is 0xBD. What is the 10th ASCII character of the third plaintext?

I XORed 0xA8 and 0xBD and got 00010101 I XORed 0xED and OxBD and got 01010000 so clearly 0xED is a space and 0xBD is a character.

What I don't understand is why it is the letter 'p'.