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Таблица символов Recognition

Internet Explorer uses the character set specified for a document to determine how to translate the bytes in the document into characters on the screen or paper. By default, Internet Explorer uses the character set specified in the HTTP content type returned by the server to determine this translation. If this parameter is not given, Internet Explorer uses the character set specified by the META element in the document. It uses the user's preferences if no META element is given.

You can use the META element to explicitly set the character set for a document. In this case, you set the HTTP-EQUIV= attribute to "Content-Type" and specify a character set identifier in the CONTENT= attribute. For example, the following META element identifies Windows-1251 as the character set for the document.

<META HTTP-EQUIV="Content-Type" CONTENT="text/html; CHARSET=Windows-1251">

As long as you place the META element before the BODY element, it affects the whole document, including the TITLE element. For clarity it should appear as the first element after HEAD so that all readers know the encoding before the first displayable is parsed. Note that the META element applies to the document containing it. This means, for example, that a compound document (a document consisting of two or more documents in a set of frames) can use different character sets in different frames.

Windows Codepage # Display name Preferred ID on SAVE Aliases in Internet Explorer 4
(See Note 1)
Western iso-8859-1
except when 128-159 is used, use "Windows-1252"
28592 Central European (ISO) iso-8859-2 iso8859-2, iso-8859-2, iso_8859-2, latin2, iso_8859-2:1987, iso-ir-101, l2, csISOLatin2
1250 Central European (Windows) Windows-1250 Windows-1250, x-cp1250
1251 Cyrillic (Windows) Windows-1251 Windows-1251, x-cp1251
1253 Greek (Windows) Windows-1253 Windows-1253
1254 Turkish (Windows) Windows-1254 Windows-1254
932 Japanese (Shift-JIS) shift_jis shift_jis, x-sjis, ms_Kanji, csShiftJIS, x-ms-cp932
51932 Japanese (EUC) x-euc-jp Extended_UNIX_Code_Packed_Format_for_Japanese, csEUCPkdFmtJapanese, x-euc-jp, x-euc
50220 Japanese (JIS) iso-2022-jp csISO2022JP, iso-2022-jp
1257 Baltic (Windows) Windows-1257 windows-1257
950 Traditional Chinese (BIG5) big5 big5, csbig5, x-x-big5
936 Simplified Chinese (GB2312) gb2312 GB_2312-80, iso-ir-58, chinese, csISO58GB231280, csGB2312, gb2312
20866 Cyrillic (KOI8-R) koi8-r csKOI8R, koi8-r
(See Note 2)
Korean (KSC5601) ks_c_5601 euc-kr
1255 (logical)
(See Note 3)
Hebrew (ISO-logical) Windows-1255 iso-8859-8i
1255 (visual) Hebrew (ISO-Visual) iso-8859-8 ISO-8859-8 Visual, ISO-8859-8 , ISO_8859-8, visual
862 Hebrew (DOS) dos-862 dos-862
1256 Arabic (Windows) Windows-1256 Windows-1256
720 Arabic (DOS) dos-720 dos-720
874 Thai Windows-874 Windows-874
1258 Vietnamese Windows-1258 Windows-1258
65001 Unicode UTF-8 UTF-8 UTF-8, unicode-1-1-utf-8, unicode-2-0-utf-8
65000 Unicode UTF-7 UNICODE-1-1-UTF-7 utf-7, UNICODE-1-1-UTF-7, csUnicode11UTF7, utf-7
50225 Korean (ISO) ISO-2022-KR ISO-2022-KR, csISO2022KR
(See Note 4)
Simplified Chinese (HZ) HZ-GB-2312 HZ-GB-2312
28594 Baltic (ISO) iso-8869-4 ISO_8859-4:1988, iso-ir-110, ISO_8859-4, ISO-8859-4, latin4, l4, csISOLatin4
28585 Cyrillic (ISO) iso_8859-5 ISO_8859-5:1988, iso-ir-144, ISO_8859-5, ISO-8859-5, cyrillic, csISOLatinCyrillic, csISOLatin5
28597 Greek (ISO) iso-8859-7 ISO_8859-7:1987, iso-ir-126, ISO_8859-7, ISO-8859-7, ELOT_928, ECMA-118, greek, greek8, csISOLatinGreek
28599 Turkish (ISO) iso-8859-9 ISO_8859-9:1989, iso-ir-148, ISO_8859-9, ISO-8859-9, latin5, l5, csISOLatin5

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