|Name||Korean - Personal Computer for Windows|
|Last revision date||9/16/1997|
|Maximal character set||01267|
|Other character set||01278|
1. Code points X'01' through X'1F' may be controls or graphics depending on context. For displays the hexadecimal code in a memory-mapped video |
display buffer is a graphic. For printers the graphics context is established by a preceding control sequence in the data stream ESC X'7E08' named Print All Characters. In other situations the code points in question are used as controls.
2. Code point X'1A' and a combination of X'0D' and X'0A' are widely used by operating systems and application programs for IBM Personal Computers and
other small computers to indicate End-of-File and End-of-Record respectively.
3. This code page is intended primarily to be used in conjunction with Korean DBCS-PC Code Page 01362. Code Points X'81' through X'FE' specify the first byte of the double-byte code. Otherwise it is identical (as of 97.07.02) to code page 1088 in which X'8F' to X'FE' are used as the first bytes of a double-byte code.
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