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Table 1757

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Values for code page:
 0	Reduced 7-bit ASCII			[NetWare]
 37	EBCDIC: US/Canada English (CECP)	[Windows NT 3.51+]
 38	EBCDIC: International (old)
 111	Greek
 112	Turkish
 113	Yugoslavian
 161	Arabic					[Linux]
 162	Arabic					[Linux]
 163	Arabic					[Linux]
 164	Arabic					[Linux]
 165	Arabic					[Linux]
 237	EBCDIC: Germany (CECP)
 273	EBCDIC: ??? (CECP)
 274	EBCDIC: Belgium
 275	EBCDIC: Brazilian
 277	EBCDIC: Danish/Norwegian (CECP)
 278	EBCDIC: Finnish/Swedish (CECP)
 280	EBCDIC: Italian (CECP)
 281	EBCDIC: Japanese-E
 284	EBCDIC: Latin-American/Spanish (CECP)
 285	EBCDIC: UK English (CECP)
 290	EBCDIC: Japanese Kana
 297	EBCDIC: French (CECP)
 367	US-ASCII (ISO 646-US, 7-bit)
 420	EBCDIC: Arabic 1
 423	EBCDIC: Greek
 424	EBCDIC: Hebrew
 437	US / English / PC-8 / IBM-2
 500	EBCDIC: Belgium/Switzerland (CECP)
 500	EBCDIC: International
 646	(??? reserved for ISO 646 7-bit codepages)
 667	Eastern Europe (Polish)
 668	Eastern Europe (Slavic)
 708	Arabic/Middle East
 737	Greek (2)
 775	Baltic / Baltic Rim
 819	Latin-1 (ISO 8859-1)
 850	Multilingual (Latin-1)
 851	Greek
 852	Slavic/Easter Europe (Latin-2)		[DOS 5+]
 853	Turkish (Latin-2)
 854	Spanish
 855	Cyrilic (1)
 857	Turkish
 860	Portugese
 861	Icelandic
 862	Hebrew
 863	French Canadian
 864	Arabic/Middle East
 865	Nordic (Norwegian/Danish)
 866	Russian (Cyrillic 2)
 867	Czech
 868	Arabic
 869	Greek (1)
 870	EBCDIC: Yugoslavia (Roece)
 871	EBCDIC: Icelandic
 874	Thailand
 875	EBCDIC: Greek
 880	Russian (Cyrillic GOST)
 880	EBCDIC: Cyrillic
 881	Latin 1 (ISO 8859-1)
 882	Latin 2 (ISO 8859-2)
 883	Latin 3 (ISO 8859-3)
 884	Latin 4 (ISO 8859-4)
 885	Latin 5 (ISO 8859-5)
 891	unknown
 897	Japanese (Shift-JIS)
 903	unknown
 904	unknown
 905	EBCDIC: Turkish
 912	Latin 2 (ISO 8859-2: Eastern Europe)
 913	(??? reserved for Latin 3)
 914	(??? reserved for Latin 4)
 915	Cyrillic (ISO 8859-5: Latin/Cyrillic)
 916	(??? reserved for ISO 8859-6: Latin/Arabic)
 917	(??? reserved for ISO 8859-7: Latin/Greek)
 918	EBCDIC: Arabic 2
 919	(??? reserved for ISO 8859-9: Latin 5)
 920	(??? reserved for ISO 8859-10: Latin 6/Sami)
 932	DBCS: Japanese (Shift-JIS)
 934	DBCS: Korean
 936	DBCS: Chinese (PRC/ROC, Simplified/xGB)
 938	DBCS: Taiwan
 938	DBCS: Chinese (PRC/ROC)
 942	DBCS: Japanese SAA
 944	DBCS: Korean SAA
 948	DBCS: Chinese SAA (PRC/ROC)
 949	Korean (Unified Hangul; Extended Wansung)
 950	Chinese Traditional, Big5 (Taiwan, Hong Kong)
 966	Saudi Arabian
 972	Hebrew (Israeli VT100)
 999	reserved for user-definable codepages
1004	Desktop Publishing
1026	EBCDIC: Turkish (Latin 5)
1047	EBCDIC: International (CECP, de-facto EBCDIC-US)
1250	MSWIN: Eastern Europe (Latin 2)
1251	MSWIN: Cyrillic
1252	MSWIN: English/W. Europe/Standard (Latin 1)
1253	MSWIN: Greek (GRC)
1254	MSWIN: Turkish
1255	MSWIN: Hebrew
1256	MSWIN: Arabic
1257	MSWIN: Baltic (Estonian, Latvian, Lithuanian)
1258	MSWIN: Vietnamese
1361	ANSI???: Korean (Johab)
10000	MAC: International/Standard (Roman)
10006	MAC: Greek
10007	MAC: Cyrillic
10029	MAC: Latin 2
10079	MAC: Icelandic
10081	MAC: Turkish
10646	(should be reserved for the future ISO 10646 32-bit codepage???)
65400	OS/2: reserved for Glyphs
Notes:	not all code pages are available in all versions of DOS or
	  DOS-compatibles, and many (particularly EBCDIC) have not been
	  implemented for *any* DOS to date
	CECP = 'Country Extended CodePage' by IBM.
	Unicode (UCS-2) is a 16-bit character codeset, covering all commonly
	  used characters from almost any language. Not all definitions are
	  fixed at the time of this writing. Unicode will be the future of
	  character coding for the foreseeable future, but is only the
	  "basic multilingual plane" (BMP) subset of 32-bit ISO 10646 codes
	  (UCS-4), a single character set standard covering requirements for
	  all countries and languages, which is still under construction.
	The MS Windows 'ANSI' codepage 1252 (based on the MS Windows 3.0+
	  implementation) appears to be 100% compatible with the code sets
	  used by Amiga OS and Acorn Archimedes RISC-OS and is also a linear
	  subset of the 16bit UniCode code set (UCS-2); the actual ANSI
	  codepage is defined by ISO 8859-1 (Latin 1).
	At least applications for OS/2 Warp 3 Presentation Manager can use
	  EBCDIC codepages, but the codepage ID assignments for EBCDIC
	  codepages are not known for OS/2. OS/2 SAA codepages are not
	  supported in CONFIG.SYS.  Codepage 65400 "Glyphs" is not actually a
	  codepage, but a way to directly access the first 256 of the 383
	  glyphs from the current font set.
	Novell DOS 7/DR DOS 6/Caldera OpenDOS undocumented codepage 853
	  does not necessarily match with MS-DOS' undocumented codepage 853.
	Undocumented codepages 667 and 668 can be found in Russian's PTS/DOS
	  6.51 and S/DOS 1.x DISPLAY.CPI and contain some Eastern European
	  characters.
	Novell NetWare 3.xx clients support UniCode and codepages 437, 850,
	  860, 863, 865, 897, 932, and 1252 (possibly more). NetWare 4.xx
	  clients also support 1250, 1251, 1256. Personal NetWare 1.0 (PNW),
	  as it was distributed in Europe, supports UniCode and codepages 437,
	  850 and 1252.	 Novell's Client32 for DOS/Windows supports 874, 932,
	  936, 949, 950, 1250 - 1257. For codesets not yet available, Novell
	  offers a reduced ASCII 7-bit support through a codepage 0 used as a
	  translation table to UniCode, that supports characters 32-127 except
	  92 ('\').


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