Celeste encoding (was: Duplicate messages in Celeste)
Stefan Matthias Aust
sma at 3plus4.de
Wed Mar 15 00:17:37 UTC 2000
At 13:54 14.03.00 +1300, you wrote:
>Ahem. There isn't any Latin-15. The ISO 18859-15 character set standard
>is called ISO Latin 9 (nine, not fifteen) or, jocularly, Latin 0.
You're right: "ISO/IEC DIS 8859-15 Information technology - 8-bit,
single-byte coded graphic character sets - Part 15: Latin alphabet No. 9"
is the official name. My fault. It's "A character encoding system
(codeset) for Albanian, Basque, Breton, Catalan, Danish, Dutch, English,
Estonian, Faroese, Finnish, French, Frisian, Galician, German, Greenlandic,
Icelandic, Irish Gaelic, Italian, Latin, Luxemburgish, Norwegian,
Portuguese, Rhaeto-Romanic, Scottish Gaelic, and Swedish"
It's identical to ISO8859-1 with the following exceptions
A4 euro sign (currency in Latin-1/CP1252, character is at 128)
A6 S with caron (broken bar in Latin-1/CP1252, letter is at 138)
A8 s with caron (diaeresis in Latin-1/CP1252, letter is at 154)
B4 Z caron (quote in Latin-1/CP1252, letter is at 142)
B8 z caron (cedilla in Latin-1/CP1252, letter is at 158)
BC OE ligature (1/4 in Latin-1/CP1252, letter is at 140)
BD oe ligature (1/2 in Latin-1/CP1252, letter is at 156)
BE y diaeresis (3/4 in Latin-1/CP1252, letter is at 159)
Stefan Matthias Aust // Bevor wir fallen, fallen wir lieber auf.
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