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ISO/IEC 6937:1994

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Information technology — Coded graphic character set for text communication — Latin alphabet

Specifies the coded representation of the characters, a repertoire of the Latin alphabetic and non-alphabetic characters for the communication of text in many European languages using the Latin script, rules for the definitions and use of graphic character subrepertoires, i.e. subsets of the specified character repertoire. Annex A specifies the 7-bit code for the character sets of this standard. Replaces the first edition of ISO 6937-1 and -2:1983.

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