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 Application Development Guide   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The source code page is determined from the source of the data; data from the application has a source code page equal to the application code page, and data from the database has a source code page equal to the database code page.
Code page conversions between multi-byte code pages, for example DBCS and EUC, may result in either an increase or a decrease in the length of the string.
Depending on the character encoding schemes used by the application code page and the database code page, there may or may not be a change in the length of a string as it is converted from the source code page to the target code page.
www.seas.ucla.edu /db2/db2a0/db2a0129.htm   (9751 words)

  
 Application Development Guide
For each code page 850 character, its weight in the collating sequence is simply its corresponding code point in code page 500.
This letter is code point X'61' for code page 850 as shown in Figure 15.
Closely observing the actual collating sequence, notice that the sequence itself is merely a conversion table, where the source code page is the code page of the data base (850) and the target code page is the desired binary collating code page (500).
www.nvc.cs.vt.edu /pkgdocs/IBMdb2/html/db2a0/ebcdic.htm   (506 words)

  
 Code page 850 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Code page 850 is a code page that was used in western Europe, under systems such as DOS.
The codes can assume their original function as controls (as they still do—typing "echo", space, control-G and then Enter causes the PC speaker to emit a beep—even on the command prompt on Windows XP), but in display, for example in a screen editor like MS-DOS edit, they show as graphics.
This page was last modified 07:42, 29 November 2006.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Code_page_850   (332 words)

  
 Caldera DR-DOS 7.03 User Guide
Up to 256 codes are available to represent lower and upper case letters, numbers, punctuation marks, and all the mathematical symbols on your keyboard.
When you have set the system up for code page switching, it is simple to switch from the default code page to any other that was prepared (that is, the hardware code page and any other code page defined in a MODE PREPARE command).
The code page is changed on all the devices (displays and printers) that were defined as supporting code page switching in the CONFIG.SYS file.
www.drdos.com /dosdoc/usergeng/17ugch17.htm   (1855 words)

  
 Code page
In a single-byte code page, up to 256 codes are available to represent lower and upper case letters, numbers, punctuation marks, and all the mathematical symbols on your keyboard.
Code page 860 (Portuguese) removes the symbol for f (franc) and inserts an (O acute).
The only solution is to determine which code page was used to create the object, then view the object using that code page.
www.novell.com /documentation/nw42/cncptenu/data/hp76wn7i.html   (426 words)

  
 INF: SQL Server 7.0 BCP and Code Page Conversion
Code page 850 (Multilingual) was the default character code page for SQL Server 4.21 and code page 1252 (also known as Latin 1 or ANSI) was the default code page for SQL Server 6.0 and 6.5.
The code page specified with the /C parameter determines the code page of the input (or output) file when data is bulk copied into or out of char, varchar, or text columns.
Because the client's OEM code page is 437, BCP will interpret the character code for the characters in the Authors.txt input file using the 437 code page and convert to the code for the equivalent character in the 1252 code page.
support.microsoft.com /?id=199819   (1467 words)

  
 INF: SQL Server Code Pages and AutoAnsiToOem Behavior
A code page, also known as a character set, is a set of 256 uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers, and symbols.
The code page for SQL Server determines both the types of characters that SQL Server recognizes in your database, and the results that SQL Server returns for queries that involve character comparisons.
However, any command line parameters passed to the console application are in the ANSI code page instead of the OEM code page and thus, a translation of AnsiToOem is required by the console application to properly pass the parameters to SQL Server.
support.microsoft.com /default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;153449   (2321 words)

  
 IBM: LFS support for the euro   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
This is reasonable because code page 858 replaces code page 850, code page 1140 replaces code page 037, code page 1141 replaces code page 273, and so on.
Code page 858 has been registered as identical to code page 850 except for the replacement of LI61 (dotless i) at code point D5 by SC20 (euro symbol).
No support is provided for using the euro symbol in a file name when using the following code pages which also support the euro: 923, 924, and 1250-1258.
www.vm.ibm.com /euro/LFS.html   (452 words)

  
 A tutorial on character code issues
For example, in the ISO 10646 character code the numeric codes for "a", "!", "ä", and "‰" (per mille sign) are 97, 33, 228, and 8240.
There are several character codes which are extensions to ASCII in the same sense as ISO 8859-1 and the Windows character set.
It is an extension of the ISO Latin 1 character repertoire and the associated character code in the same sense as ISO Latin 1 is an extension of ASCII.
www.indwes.edu /Faculty/bcupp/things/Characters/chars.html   (7816 words)

  
 kbAlertz: The bulk copy program (BCP) utility included with SQL Server 7.0 works differently from the BCP utility ...
If your SQL Server has a code page of 125n (where "n" is a single digit; for example, 1252) you have an ANSI SQL Server.
To verify that data in a file is stored in the proper code page, you must use the appropriate editor.
Keep in mind that even if the file does contain code page 437 character data, some characters may be lost if there is not an equivalent character in the 1252 code page.
www.kbalertz.com /199819/Server.Conversion.aspx   (1714 words)

  
 File Commander - Code Page Translation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
This is most useful when the file is in a code page that contains mostly the same glyphs as the current display code page.
If a character in the file's code page doesn't exist in the display code page it will either be inaccurately translated or not translated at all.
The most common case is when you have a file written in an ANSI code page (EG 1252) and your display code page is 850 or 437.
silk.apana.org.au /fccp.html   (147 words)

  
 Novell Documentation: NetWare 6 - Code Pages
A code page is a table storing a character set that supports one or more language scripts.
In a single-byte code page, up to 256 codes are available to represent lower- and uppercase letters, numbers, punctuation marks, and all the mathematical symbols on your keyboard.
When this object is accessed in the United States, using DOS code page 437 or Windows 95 code page 1252, the currency symbol ([curren]) is replaced by square brackets surrounding the Unicode number for the currency symbol, [00A4].
www.novell.com /documentation/nw6p/sos__enu/data/hu3pac0y.html   (636 words)

  
 

SQL Reference

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A code page is an attribute of the database.
The code page under which the application is executed.
database code page when an SQL statement is bound to the database.
www.seas.ucla.edu /db2/db2s0/charcon.htm   (607 words)

  
 DOS Command: MODE
Used to select the code page to be activated for the specified device.
Notice that the comma (without entering a code page number) is used to specify that the second code page previously prepared does not change.
The specified code page must be one of the code pages previously specified with CODEPAGE PREPARE.
www.csulb.edu /~murdock/mode.html   (1392 words)

  
 Windows Alt keycodes - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Most notably, this code page allows the input of graphical characters instead of the C0 control codes (values 1 - 31), such as {☺, ☻, ♥, ♦, ♣, ♠}, pressing Alt + {1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6}, respectively (these characters can only be seen in the Windows GUI, not in the cmd.exe.
Most notably, this code page allows the input of C0 control codes, such as the {bell character, backspace, tab}, pressing Alt + {07, 08, 09}, respectively (for a full list of the typable characters, see Windows-1252).
To use hex code in HTML, use HTML Hexadecimal code format, that is, use the x after the and#, for example, for cent sign (¢), use and#x162;.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Windows_Alt_keycodes   (733 words)

  
 kbAlertz: (321263) - The Web server log import DTS task does not run on a scheduled basis but runs manually when the ...
However, when the Commerce 2000 configuration uses code page 850 for the DTS task, the code page setting is obtained from the computer that is running SQL Server.
To work around this problem, configure the Windows 2000 code page for the Commerce Server to match the code page that is configured for the computer that is running SQL Server.
This application relies on the default code page of the computer that is running SQL Server and does not use the system code page.
www.kbalertz.com /Q321263/Server.Import.Unsuccessful.Server.aspx   (564 words)

  
 [Chapter 8] 8.3 Internationalization
These code pages are used by DOS and Windows clients to determine rules for mapping lowercase letters to uppercase letters.
option can be used to convert filenames offered through a DOS code page (see the previous section, Section 8.3.1, client code page") to equivalents that can be represented by Unix character sets other than those in the United States.
The valid character sets (and their matching code pages) that Samba 2.0 accepts are listed in Table 8.5:
www.oreilly.com /catalog/samba/chapter/book/ch08_03.html   (528 words)

  
 X Windows fonts for MS Windows by Lars C. Hassing
But the Danish characters were wrong, and I realized that the font must be encoded in the code page used by the command window (typically 850) in stead of the normal Windows code page 1252.
The code page 850 font will just show up in the Fonts dropdown list in the command window (or in the Fonts tab in the CMD Properties dialog box) as 6x13 (fixed) or 7x14 (Screen).
Some users have requested a Terminal font with code page 1252 encoding rather than code page 850 for use when the Terminal window is primarily used for communication with Unix systems, so here are the two terminal fonts in code page 1252.
www.hassings.dk /lars/fonts.html   (608 words)

  
 Zebra S600 Stripe Industrial Bar Code Printer
The Zebra Stripe S600 industrial bar code printer is designed to print all of the standard bar code symbologies and eight fonts, including the IBM Code Page 850 International character set.
These reside in the printer so even the most complicated bar code label can be printed accurately and on-demand.
For nearly 30 years, every Zebra bar code printer has been designed, engineered and constructed with quality and durability in mind.
www.pos-printer.com /zebra_s600_industrial_bar_code_printer.html   (465 words)

  
 RFC NNN
Code sets that include all characters in a given repertoire would be said to encode that character set.
If a code set failed to encode even a single character from a repertoire list, it could not be defined as encoding that character set; instead a new character set repertoire might need to be created to cover the code set.
Many computer vendors have code sets for the languages that Latin-1 covers, but the contents of their code sets do not exactly match what is in ISO 8859-1.
www.opengroup.org /tech/rfc/rfc40.2.html   (6430 words)

  
 The Old New Thing : Keep your eye on the code page, practical exam   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The text provided to them by their Polish translator was in code page 1250 (Central Europe).
If you hold up that code page diagram next to code page 1252 (Latin I), you can see where the problem is. The company took that string in code page 1250 and printed it in code page 1252.
For example, the "ł" character is at position B3 in code page 1252; the character at that position in code page 1250 is "³".
blogs.msdn.com /oldnewthing/archive/2006/03/01/541266.aspx   (2086 words)

  
 0133 - Character encoding, coded - UN/EDIFACT Syntax Version 4 Service Code List
Coded identification of the character encoding used in the interchange.
To be used as specified in the partners' interchange agreement, for the purpose of identifying the character repertoire encoding technique used in the interchange (when the default encoding defined by the character repertoire's associated character set specification is not used).
Addition/substraction/change to a code entry for a particular data element.
www.stylusstudio.com /edifact/40000/0133.htm   (143 words)

  
 That Ol' OEM Code Page | CodeSnipers.com
So if your OEM code page was 850 instead of 437, our oem.txt example would type out to the screen as ┬─Ê┘.
You can also specify a code page number and change the OEM code page, but read the remarks in the documentation about that.
The Japanese double byte code page 932 (only available when you have installed support for East Asian languages) did not require Full Screen but chcp clears the console and changes the font when switching.
codesnipers.com /?q=node/146   (628 words)

  
 H. Eichmann's GEDCOM 5.5 Sample Page: Different Character Sets   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Windows (and DOS) defines code pages which contain some important special characters of a part of the world (example: code page 1252 in Windows and 850 in DOS define most of the characters of Western Europe).
The disadvantage of using code pages is obvious: the meaning of a byte depends on the operating system and on the country where it is read.
Example: character D0 (hex) is a capital D with a horizontal line (Eth) on code page 1252 (Windows, Western Europe), but it is a small eth on code page 850 (DOS, Western Europe), a capital Pi on code page 1253 (Windows, Greek), a capital Russian R on code page 1251 (Windows, Cyrillic) and so on.
heiner-eichmann.de /gedcom/charset.htm   (559 words)

  
 DosLynx Quick Start Home Page
If Code Page 850 isn't the default for your system, you will need to install the support for it included in DOS.
Fortunately, in that case, Code Page 850 will be the "alternate" Code Page for your system's country or language.
Rest assured that the rendering won't be any worse than it has been, if you choose not to install Code Page 850 support on your system.
users.ohiohills.com /fmacall/info.htm   (772 words)

  
 SQL Collation Name
Specifies a one to four digit number identifying the code page used by the collation.
CP1 specifies code page 1252, for all other code pages the complete code page number is specified.
For example, CP1251 specifies code page 1251 and CP850 specifies code page 850.
msdn2.microsoft.com /en-us/library/aa258233(SQL.80).aspx   (260 words)

  
 PC Code Page 850
This page contains a table of IBM PC Code Page 850 for Western European languages.
The CP850 characters are included literally within the brackets at the left of each row.
If you save this page, you will have a CP850 table you can use to test your terminal emulator's character set configuration.
www.columbia.edu /~kermit/cp850.html   (62 words)

  
 Zebra 170XiII Thermal Bar Code Label Printer
The Zebra 170XiIII® thermal transfer bar code printer is a rugged, high-performance model that prints 6.6-inch-wide labels at up to 8 inches per second.
One of the most important considerations in the selection of a thermal transfer bar code printer is the service and support you receive after purchase.
Whether you have a question about the operation of your printer, what supplies you should use for your application, or if you need access to spare parts, Zebra has the resources to assist you.
www.twindata.com /zebra/170xii2.htm   (415 words)

  
 Languages   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The Simplified Chinese character set used in China defines 7,445 characters (GB Code), while the Traditional Chinese character set used in Taiwan and Hongkong 13,523 characters (Big 5 Code).
The accent marks on capital letters are frequently omitted.
Latin American Spanish uses the Extended ASCII Code (Code Page 437) or Multilingual Latin 1 Code (Code Page 850)
www.sas.upenn.edu /~shawnk/homepage2.htm   (266 words)

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