Re: Unicode mapping table need help

From: John Cowan (
Date: Tue Jun 08 1999 - 10:17:46 EDT

Markus Kuhn wrote:

> I believe that the only ISO 8859 parts that were ever widely used are
> 1,2,5,7,8. Support for all the rest may safely be dumped and offering
> UTF-8 instead means to really satisfying user needs.

8859-9 and its superset CP 1254 are widely (indeed, well-nigh
universally except on the Mac) used for representing Turkish text.

(CP 1254 consists of 8859-9 plus the 1252 extensions to 8859-1.)

John Cowan
	You tollerday donsk?  N.  You tolkatiff scowegian?  Nn.
	You spigotty anglease?  Nnn.  You phonio saxo?  Nnnn.
		Clear all so!  'Tis a Jute.... (Finnegans Wake 16.5)

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