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internationalization
Design and modification of products to make them localizable. For
example, modification of application programs before compilation to make
use of locale-independent library routines and to ensure that single-byte and
multi-byte data can be handled in a locale-sensitive way by hardware and
software.
IS07
International Standards Organization 7-bit character substitution, in which
the character graphics associated with some less-used ASCII codes are
changed to other characters needed for a particular language.
ISO 8859-1
ISO defined single byte code set for Latin alphabet No.1 characters,
or Latin-I. Used for most Western European languages and in many
North and South American languages. Based on Part 1 of the ISO 8859
International Standard.
ISO 8859-2
IS 0 defined single byte code set for graphic characters used in many
Glossary Eastern European countries. Based on Part 2 of the ISO 8859 International
Standard.
ISO 8859-5
ISO defined single byte code set of 191 graphic characters identified as the
Latin/Cyrillic alphabet. Based on Part 5 of the ISO 8859 International
Standard.
JAPAN15
The HP-supported 16-bit code set for the Japanese language. HP15
encoding scheme is used.
JAPANEUC
The HP-supported 16-bit code set for the Japanese language. EUC
encoding scheme is used.
KANA8
The HP-supported 8-bit code set for support of phonetic Japanese
(Katakana).
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