Code page 950
Code page 950 is Microsoft's implementation of the de facto standard Big5. The code page is not registered with IANA, and hence, is not a standard to communicate information over the internet. The major difference between code page 950 and Big5 is the incorporation of some ETEN characters at F9D6-F9FE (碁, 銹, 裏, 墻, 恒, 粧, and 嫺) and 34 box drawing characters and block elements. It was updated in 2000 with the addition of the euro sign (€), at 0xA3E1. This update is called Code page 1370 by IBM (as IBM did not change Code page 950), but Microsoft Windows refers to it as a Code page 950 update.
Code page 951
Code page 951 is a misnomer for a hack used in HKSCS support in Windows XP, derived from the file name. The "new" code page is a replacement for CP950 with Unicode Private Use Area (PUA) mappings for Extended User-defined Characters (EUDC).
Private Use Area usage
|Big5 range||Unicode range||Formula|
|81 40–8D FE||U+EEB8–U+F6B0||
|8E 40–A0 FE||U+E311–U+EEB7||
|C6 A1–C8 FE||U+F6B1–U+F848||
|FA 40–FE FE||U+E000–U+E310||
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- "Big5". Kanji Database. Retrieved 13 September 2016.
- "Big5-HKSCS:2008". Archived from the original on 2016-09-13.
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