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Text fields can optionally start with non-spacing, non-displayed data which specifies the alternative character table to be
used for the remainder of the text item. The selection of character table is indicated as follows:

-if the first byte of the text field has a value in the range "0x20" to "0xFF" then this and all subsequent bytes in the
text item are coded using the default character coding table (table 00 - Latin alphabet) of figure A.1;

-if the first byte of the text field has a value in the range "0x01" to "0x05" then the remaining bytes in the text item
are coded in accordance with character coding tables 01 to 05 respectively, which are given in figures A.2 to A.6
respectively;

-if the first byte of the text field has a value "0x10" then the following two bytes carry a 16-bit value (uimsbf) N to
indicate that the remaining data of the text field is coded using the character code table specified by
ISO Standard 8859 [5], Parts 1 to 9.

-if the first byte of the text field has a value "0x11" then the remaining bytes in the text item are coded in pairs in
accordance with the Basic Multilingual Plane of ISO/IEC 10646-1 [8].

Values for the first byte of "0x00", "0x06" to "0x0F", and "0x12" to "0x1F" are reserved for future use.

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NOTE 1:The SPACE character is located in position 20h of the code table.
NOTE 2:NBSP = no-break space.
NOTE 3:SHY = soft hyphen.
NOTE 4:Table reproduced from ISO 6937 (1994).
NOTE 5:All characters in column C are non-spacing characters (diacritical marks).

Figure A.1: Character code table 00 - Latin alphabet

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NOTE 1:For the Ruthenian language, the characters in code positions Ah/5h (S) and Fh/5h (s) are replaced by Γ
and Γ, respectively.
NOTE 2:Table reproduced from ISO 8859-5 (1988).

Figure A.2: Character code table 01 - Latin/Cyrillic alphabet

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NOTE:

Table reproduced from ISO 8859-6 (1987).

Figure A.3: Character code table 02 - Latin/Arabic alphabet

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NOTE:

Table reproduced from ISO 8859-7 (1987).

Figure A.4: Character code table 03 - Latin/Greek alphabet

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NOTE:

Table reproduced from ISO 8859-8 (1988).

Figure A.5: Character code table 04 - Latin/Hebrew alphabet

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NOTE:

Table reproduced from ISO 8859-9.

Figure A.6: Character code table - Latin alphabet number 5

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