From: Kenneth Whistler (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Apr 28 2009 - 17:22:58 CDT
Ankur Mathur asked:
> I need to implement support for Kazakh cyrillic alphabet.
> - CT PK 1048—2002 for Windows (a modification of code page 1251)
> Now I couldn't find any more detail online about these two character sets.
> Please help me know, which all char sets should I support for this alphabet.
> And if the above char sets are the standard ones, where can I find their
> mapping tables (with unicode code points) ?
FYI, to supplement Mark Leisher's posting of the conversion table
for CT PK 1048 2002, I've also made my own mapping table
for KZ1048 available on the Unicode website:
I've checked, and the contents match Mark Leisher's mapping
table for KZ1048, with the exception of our differing handling
of the undefined code point 0x98 in KZ1048. Mark's table
maps that to U+FFFD, and my table leaves it unmapped.
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