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ISO/IEC 646 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (432 words)
Since the portion of ISO 646 shared by all countries specified only the letters used in the English alphabet, other countries using the Latin alphabet with extensions needed to create national variants of ISO 646 to be able to use their native languages.
The ISO 8859 series of standards governing 8-bit character encodings supersede the ISO 646 international standard and its national variants.
The ISO 10646 standard, directly related to Unicode, supersedes all of ISO 646's and ISO 8859's sets of national-variant character encodings with arguably one unified set of character encodings.
ISO 646 - definition of ISO 646 in Encyclopedia (333 words)
ISO 646 is an ISO standard that specifies a 7 bit character code from which several national standards are derived, the best known of which is ASCII.
Since universal acceptance of the 8 bit byte did not exist at that time, the national characters had to be made fit within the constraints of 7 bits, meaning that some characters that appear in ASCII do not appear in other national variants of ISO 646.
There are also some 7-bit character sets that are not officially part of the ISO 646 standard.
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