From: Cathy Wissink (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Jul 24 2003 - 10:43:21 EDT
For what it's worth, these ISCII code page codes were created by MS for use on Windows, so my guess would be that these would differ on other platforms.
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of email@example.com
> For those languages based on ISCII (Indian Standard Code for
> Information Interchange), the codes used on NT/2000/XP are (both
> English and French script names given if they differ):
> 57002 (ISCII - devanagari - dévanâgari)
> 57003 (ISCII - bengali)
> 57004 (ISCII - tamil - tamoul)
> 57005 (ISCII - telugu - télougou)
> 57006 (ISCII - assamese - assamais)
> 57007 (ISCII - oriya)
> 57008 (ISCII - kannada)
> 57009 (ISCII - malayalam)
> 57010 (ISCII - gujarati - gujrati)
> 57011 (ISCII - pendjabi (gurmukhi) - panjabi (gurmukhi))
> (taken from the list displayed in Windows XP for Advanced Regionial
> Settings where you can install those additional codepages, but these
> ones are installed with the "additional languages support for languages
> with complex or right-to-left scripts").
I would like to know for the other operating systems like Linux, if it
differs from it.
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