Code page 775


Code page 775

Code page 775 (also known as CP 775, IBM 00775,[1] OEM 775,[2] MS-DOS Baltic Rim[3]) is a code page used under MS-DOS to write the Estonian, Lithuanian and Latvian languages.

Code page layout

The following table shows code page 775.[2][4] Each character is shown with its equivalent Unicode code point and its decimal code point. Only the second half of the table (code points 128–255) is shown, the first half (code points 0–127) being the same as ASCII.

Code page 775
−0 −1 −2 −3 −4 −5 −6 −7 −8 −9 −A −B −C −D −E −F
 
8−
 
Ć
0106
128
ü
00FC
129
é
00E9
130
ā
0101
131
ä
00E4
132
ģ
0123
133
å
00E5
134
ć
0107
135
ł
0142
136
ē
0113
137
Ŗ
0156
138
ŗ
0157
139
ī
012B
140
Ź
0179
141
Ä
00C4
142
Å
00C5
143
 
9−
 
É
00C9
144
æ
00E6
145
Æ
00C6
146
ō
014D
147
ö
00F6
148
Ģ
0122
149
¢
00A2
150
Ś
015A
151
ś
015B
152
Ö
00D6
153
Ü
00DC
154
ø
00F8
155
£
00A3
156
Ø
00D8
157
×
00D7
158
¤
00A4
159
 
A−
 
Ā
0100
160
Ī
012A
161
ó
00F3
162
Ż
017B
163
ż
017C
164
ź
017A
165

201D
166
¦
00A6
167
©
00A9
168
®
00AE
169
¬
00AC
170
½
00BD
171
¼
00BC
172
Ł
0141
173
«
00AB
174
»
00BB
175
 
B−
 

2591
176

2592
177

2593
178

2502
179

2524
180
Ą
0104
181
Č
010C
182
Ę
0118
183
Ė
0116
184

2563
185

2551
186

2557
187

255D
188
Į
012E
189
Š
0160
190

2510
191
 
C−
 

2514
192

2534
193

252C
194

251C
195

2500
196

253C
197
Ų
0172
198
Ū
016A
199

255A
200

2554
201

2569
202

2566
203

2560
204

2550
205

256C
206
Ž
017D
207
 
D−
 
ą
0105
208
č
010D
209
ę
0119
210
ė
0117
211
į
012F
212
š
0161
213
ų
0173
214
ū
016B
215
ž
017E
216

2518
217

250C
218

2588
219

2584
220

258C
221

2590
222

2580
223
 
E−
 
Ó
00D3
224
ß
00DF
225
Ō
014C
226
Ń
0143
227
õ
00F5
228
Õ
00D5
229
µ
00B5
230
ń
0144
231
Ķ
0136
232
ķ
0137
233
Ļ
013B
234
ļ
013C
235
ņ
0146
236
Ē
0112
237
Ņ
0145
238

2019
239
 
F−
 
SHY
00AD
240
±
00B1
241

201C
242
¾
00BE
243

00B6
244
§
00A7
245
÷
00F7
246

201E
247
°
00B0
248

2219
249
·
00B7
250
¹
00B9
251
³
00B3
252
²
00B2
253

25A0
254
NBSP
00A0
255
−0 −1 −2 −3 −4 −5 −6 −7 −8 −9 −A −B −C −D −E −F

References

  1. ^ "Code Page CPGID 00775" (PDF). IBM. ftp://ftp.software.ibm.com/software/globalization/gcoc/attachments/CP00775.pdf. Retrieved 11 Nov 2011. 
  2. ^ a b "OEM 775". Go Global Developer Center. Microsoft. http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/goglobal/cc305159. Retrieved 3 Nov 2011. 
  3. ^ "Code Page 775 MS-DOS Baltic Rim". Developing International Software. Microsoft. http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc195063.aspx. Retrieved 3 Nov 2011. 
  4. ^ "cp775_DOSBaltRim to Unicode table" (TXT). The Unicode Consortium. http://www.unicode.org/Public/MAPPINGS/VENDORS/MICSFT/PC/CP775.TXT. Retrieved 3 Nov 2011. 

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