From: Andreas Prilop (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Apr 22 2009 - 10:13:32 CDT
On Wed, 22 Apr 2009, Ankur Mathur wrote:
> Looking out further, I found
> http://www.science.co.il/language/Character-Sets.asp which directly
> confirmed that iso-8859-5 and Windows-1251 cover the kazakh cyrillic
This page is just grossly wrong.
ISO-8859-5 and Windows-1251 cover Slavic Cyrillic only.
ISO-8859-6 covers Arabic only, but not Persian ("Farsi") or Urdu.
ISO-8859-9 and Windows-1254 do not cover Azeri or Uzbek.
ISO-8859-8-i is a MIME charset parameter, but not an "ISO code".
ISO-8859-11 (Thai) is missing.
Estonian is not a Baltic language.
ISO-8859-13 (equivalent to Windows-1257) is missing.
Forget this page!
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