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The Cork (also known as T1 or EC) encoding is a character encoding. It is named after the city of Cork in Ireland, where during a TeX Users Group (TUG) conference, a new encoding was introduced for LaTeX. It contains 256 characters supporting west and east-European languages with the Latin alphabet. It is the default encoding in many TeX installations.
- Ferguson, Michael (1990), "Report on Multilingual Activities", TUGboat, Volume 11 (Issue 4): 514–516
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