Re: How to find charts for various charsets?

From: Stephan Peters (
Date: Tue May 30 2000 - 00:40:59 EDT

Unicode charts can be found at:

in pdf format.

Here is a listing I have made of common codepage charts for future use
on my webpage which is dedicated to Cyrillic typography:

Main pages that link to codepages:


CP1250 Central Europe

CP1251 Cyrillic

CP1252 Latin I

CP1253 Greek

CP1254 Turkish

CP1255 Hebrew

CP1256 Arabic

CP1257 Baltic

CP1258 Viet Namese

CP874 Thai

CP932 Japanese Shift JIS (DBCS)

CP936 Simplified Chinese GBK (DBCS)

CP949 Korean Hangul (DBCS)

CP950 Traditional Chinese Big5 (DBCS)


CP 437 (US)

CP 708 MS DOS Arabic
CP 720 (Arabic)
CP 737 (Greek)
CP 775 (Baltic)

CP 850 (Western Europe)

CP 851 MS DOS Greek 1
CP 852 (Central Europe)
CP 855 (Cyrillic)
CP 857 (Turkish)

CP 860 MS DOS Portuguese

CP 861 MS DOS Icelandic

CP 862 (Hebrew)

CP 863 French Canadian
CP 866 (Cyrillic II)

CP869 MS DOS Greek 2


ISO-8859-1 (Latin 1)
ISO-8859-2 (Latin 2)
ISO-8859-3 (Latin 3)
ISO-8859-4 (Baltic)
ISO-8859-5 (Cyrillic)
ISO-8859-6 (Arabic)
ISO-8859-7 (Greek)
ISO-8859-8 (Hebrew)
ISO-8859-9 (Turkish)
ISO-8859-15 (Latin 9)


CP 10000 Macintosh Roman

CP 10006 Macintosh Greek

CP 10007 Macintosh Cyrillic

CP 10029 Macintosh Central Europe

CP 100079 Macintosh Icelandic

CP 100081 Macintosh Turkish

Macintosh Bulgarian

Macintosh Rumanian

Macintosh Croatian

-Hope this is helpful,

-Stephan Peters

Leon Spencer wrote:
> I am new to the unicode list and website (i.e.
> Where can I find a set
> of tables that maps each country to a spoken language
> and each language to a charset?
> Thanks.
> Leon

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