Character Sets

Windows Glyph List 4 (WGL4) Character Sets

Microsoft has defined a Pan-European character set known as Windows Glyph List 4 (WGL4). It contains characters that are required for Western, Central and Eastern European languages, and includes Cyrillic and Greek alphabets and many characters for which Monotype’s Symbol font was previously required. The WGL4 standard incorporates codepages 1250 (Eastern Europe), 1251 (Cyrillic), 1252(…)

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ANSI, ISO-8859-1 and MacRoman Character Sets

Of the three main 8-bit character sets, only ISO-8859-1 is produced by a standards organization. The three sets are identical for the 95 characters from 32 to 126, the ASCII character set. The ANSI character set, also known as Windows-1252, has become a Microsoft proprietary character set; it is a superset of ISO-8859-1 with the(…)

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