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charset ISO–8859–1-USA/M

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5 charset ISO–8859–1-USA/M

The charset ISO–8859–1-USA/M is defined using the table A.2. The values in the columns headed Character ID and Character Symbol are taken from ISO–8859–1 (ISO Latin 1). The column headed patcode defines which characters match the patcodes A, C, E, I L, N, P, and U. The characters in the table with a patcode of A are defined as idents. The collation rule used is M[UMPS] collation, using the collation order values provided in the table: note that all collation is left-to-right precedence. Note also that the patcode I matches any non-ASCII characters (Character ID number greater than 127), not just those listed in this charset.

Table A.2 - ISO–8859–1-USA Character Set Table

Character
ID
Character
Symbol
patcode Collation Table
1st Order 2nd Order 3rd Order
0 NUL C,E 0
1 SOH C,E 1
2 STX C,E 2
3 ETX C,E 3
4 EOT C,E 4
5 ENQ C,E 5
6 ACK C,E 6
7 BELL C,E 7
8 BS C,E 8
9 HT C,E 9
10 LF C,E 10
11 VT C,E 11
12 FF C,E 12
13 CR C,E 13
14 SO C,E 14
15 SI C,E 15
16 DLE C,E 16
17 DC1 C,E 17
18 DC2 C,E 18
19 DC3 C,E 19
20 DC4 C,E 20
21 NAK C,E 21
22 SYN C,E 22
23 ETB C,E 23
24 CAN C,E 24
25 EM C,E 25
26 SUB C,E 26
27 ESC C,E 27
28 FS C,E 28
29 GS C,E 29
30 RS C,E 30
31 US C,E 31
32 SP (space) P,E 32
33 ! P,E 33
34 " P,E 34
35 # P,E 35
36 $ P,E 36
37 % P,E 37
38 & P,E 38
39 ' (apostrophe) P,E 39
40 ( P,E 40
41 ) P,E 41
42 * P,E 42
43 + P,E 43
44 , (comma) P,E 44
45 - (hyphen) P,E 45
46 . P,E 46
47 / P,E 47
48 0 N,E 48
49 1 N,E 49
50 2 N,E 50
51 3 N,E 51
52 4 N,E 52
53 5 N,E 53
54 6 N,E 54
55 7 N,E 55
56 8 N,E 56
57 9 N,E 57
58 : P,E 58
59 ; P,E 59
60 < P,E 60
61 = P,E 61
62 > P,E 62
63 ? P,E 63
64 @ P,E 64
65 A A,U,E 65 1 1
66 B A,U,E 66 1 1
67 C A,U,E 67 1 1
68 D A,U,E 68 1 1
69 E A,U,E 70 1 1
70 F A,U,E 71 1 1
71 G A,U,E 72 1 1
72 H A,U,E 73 1 1
73 I A,U,E 74 1 1
74 J A,U,E 75 1 1
75 K A,U,E 76 1 1
76 L A,U,E 77 1 1
77 M A,U,E 78 1 1
78 N A,U,E 79 1 1
79 O A,U,E 80 1 1
80 P A,U,E 81 1 1
81 Q A,U,E 82 1 1
82 R A,U,E 83 1 1
83 S A,U,E 84 1 1
84 T A,U,E 85 1 1
85 U A,U,E 86 1 1
86 V A,U,E 87 1 1
87 W A,U,E 88 1 1
88 X A,U,E 89 1 1
89 Y A,U,E 90 1 1
90 Z A,U,E 91 1 1
91 [ P,E 93
92 \ P,E 94
93 ] P,E 95
94 ^ P,E 96
95 _ (underscore) P,E 97
96 ` P,E 98
97 a A,L,E 65 0 1
98 b A,L,E 66 0 1
99 c A,L,E 67 0 1
100 d A,L,E 68 0 1
101 e A,L,E 70 0 1
102 f A,L,E 71 0 1
103 g A,L,E 72 0 1
104 h A,L,E 73 0 1
105 i A,L,E 74 0 1
106 j A,L,E 75 0 1
107 k A,L,E 76 0 1
108 l A,L,E 77 0 1
109 m A,L,E 78 0 1
110 n A,L,E 79 0 1
111 o A,L,E 80 0 1
112 p A,L,E 81 0 1
113 q A,L,E 82 0 1
114 r A,L,E 83 0 1
115 s A,L,E 84 0 1
116 t A,L,E 85 0 1
117 u A,L,E 86 0 1
118 v A,L,E 87 0 1
119 w A,L,E 88 0 1
120 x A,L,E 89 0 1
121 y A,L,E 90 0 1
122 z A,L,E 91 0 1
123 { P,E 99
124 | P,E 100
125 } P,E 101
126 ~ P,E 102
127 DEL C,E 103
128   C,E,I 104
129   C,E,I 105
130   C,E,I 106
131   C,E,I 107
132 IND C,E,I 108
133 NEL C,E,I 109
134 SSA C,E,I 110
135 HTS C,E,I 111
136 HTJ C,E,I 112
137 VTS C,E,I 113
138 PLD C,E,I 114
139 PLU C,E,I 115
140 RI C,E,I 116
141 SS2 C,E,I 117
142 SS3 C,E,I 118
143 DCS C,E,I 119
144 PU1 C,E,I 120
145 PU2 C,E,I 121
146 STS C,E,I 122
147 CCH C,E,I 123
148 MW C,E,I 124
149 SPA C,E,I 125
150 EPA C,E,I 126
151   C,E,I 127
152   C,E,I 128
153   C,E,I 129
154   C,E,I 130
155 CSI C,E,I 131
156 ST C,E,I 132
157 OSC C,E,I 133
158 PM C,E,I 134
159 APC C,E,I 135
160 NBSP C,E,I 136
161 P,E,I 137
162 P,E,I 138
163 P,E,I 139
164 P,E,I 140
165 P,E,I 141
166 P,E,I 142
167 P,E,I 143
168 P,E,I 144
169 © P,E,I 145
170 P,E,I 146
171 P,E,I 147
172 P,E,I 148
173 -- P,E,I 149
174 ® P,E,I 150
175 - P,E,I 151
176 P,E,I 152
177 P,E,I 153
178 P,E,I 154
179 P,E,I 155
180 P,E,I 156
181 P,E,I 157
182 P,E,I 158
183 P,E,I 159
184 P,E,I 160
185 P,E,I 161
186 P,E,I 162
187 P,E,I 163
188 P,E,I 164
189 P,E,I 165
190 P,E,I 166
191 P,E,I 167
192 À A,U,E,I 65 1 3
193 Á A,U,E,I 65 1 2
194 Â A,U,E,I 65 1 4
195 Ã A,U,E,I 65 1 6
196 Ä A,U,E,I 65 1 5
197 Å A,U,E,I 65 1 10
198 Æ A,U,E,I 65
70
1
1
1
0
199 Ç A,U,E,I 67 1 13
200 È A,U,E,I 70 1 3
201 É A,U,E,I 70 1 2
202 Ê A,U,E,I 70 1 4
203 Ë A,U,E,I 70 1 5
204 Ì A,U,E,I 74 1 3
205 Í A,U,E,I 74 1 2
206 Î A,U,E,I 74 1 4
207 Ï A,U,E,I 74 1 5
208 A,U,E,I 69 1 1
209 Ñ A,U,E,I 79 1 6
210 Ò A,U,E,I 80 1 3
211 Ó A,U,E,I 80 1 2
212 Ô A,U,E,I 80 1 4
213 Õ A,U,E,I 80 1 6
214 Ö A,U,E,I 80 1 5
215 P,E,I 168
216 Ø A,U,E,I 80 1 16
217 Ù A,U,E,I 86 1 3
218 Ú A,U,E,I 86 1 2
219 Û A,U,E,I 86 1 4
220 Ü A,U,E,I 86 1 5
221 Ý A,U,E,I 90 1 2
222 Þ 92 1 1
223 ß A,L,E,I 84
84
0
0
1
0
224 à A,L,E,I 65 0 3
225 á A,L,E,I 65 0 2
226 â A,L,E,I 65 0 4
227 ã A,L,E,I 65 0 6
228 ä A,L,E,I 65 0 5
229 å A,L,E,I 65 0 10
230 æ A,L,E,I 65
70
0
0
1
0
231 ç A,L,E,I 67 0 13
232 è A,L,E,I 70 0 3
233 é A,L,E,I 70 0 2
234 ê A,L,E,I 70 0 4
235 ë A,L,E,I 70 0 5
236 ì A,L,E,I 74 0 3
237 í A,L,E,I 74 0 2
238 î A,L,E,I 74 0 4
239 ï A,L,E,I 74 0 5
240 ð A,L,E,I 69 0 1
241 ñ A,L,E,I 79 0 6
242 ò A,L,E,I 80 0 3
243 ó A,L,E,I 80 0 2
244 ô A,L,E,I 80 0 4
245 õ A,L,E,I 80 0 6
246 ö A,L,E,I 80 0 5
247 P,E,I 169
248 ø A,L,E,I 80 0 16
249 ù A,L,E,I 86 0 3
250 ú A,L,E,I 86 0 2
251 û A,L,E,I 86 0 4
252 ü A,L,E,I 86 0 5
253 ý A,L,E,I 90 0 2
254 þ A,L,E,I 92 0 1
255 ÿ A,L,E,I 90 0 5

Note: unique collation requires that no two rows of this table have identical collation order columns.

Editor's note:
I know that this was discussed before, but it still strikes me as "astonishing" that character codes 178, 179, 185, 188, 189 and 190 do not match the pattern code N.
Editor's note:
Character code 166 is supposed to be a vertical bar with a slit in the middle. I'll have to find a way to reproduce this character properly.
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