For those who haven't received the original message or who have
deleted it since, I'm attaching the PS file again.
On Thu, 4 Dec 1997, Ienup Sung wrote:
> Sun supports various code conversions among:
> UCS-2, UCS-4, UTF-8, UTF-7, UTF-16, SJIS, Japanese EUC, Korean EUC,
> Traditional Chinese EUC, BIG5, Simplified EUC,
> ISO 8859-1 ~ 10, KOI8-R, ISO-2022-KR, ISO-2022-CN, ISO-2022-TW, ...
> as like attached picture in PostScript file since Solaris 2.6. All of them are
> available through iconv(1) utility and also iconv(3) APIs. We are also
> adding more code conversions like TIS620 and so on at the Solaris 2.7.
Taking another look at the attached Postscript file, I found a small
glitch I overlooked before. The parentheses following EUC-KR has only
one of two character sets convered by the encoding, KS C 5601-1992,
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