Macintosh Latin encoding

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Macintosh Latin
Kermit MACINTOSH-LATIN
Created by Kermit project
Current status Used by Kermit
Based on Mac OS Icelandic[1]
Transforms / Encodes ISO/IEC 8859-1, DEC MCS, PostScript Standard Encoding

Macintosh Latin is a character encoding used by Kermit to represent text on the Apple Macintosh (but is not used by standard Mac OS fonts). It is a modification of Mac OS Icelandic[1] to include all characters in ISO/IEC 8859-1, DEC MCS, the PostScript Standard Encoding, and a Dutch ISO 646 variant[a] (with ÿ or ij being a substitute for ij).[2] Although Macintosh Latin is designed to be compatible with the standard Macintosh Mac OS Roman encoding for the shared subset of characters, the two should not be confused.

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.

Layout[edit]

  Letter   Number   Punctuation   Symbol   Other   undefined

  Different from Mac OS Roman, matching Mac OS Icelandic
  Different from both Mac OS Icelandic and Mac OS Roman
Macintosh Latin
_0 _1 _2 _3 _4 _5 _6 _7 _8 _9 _A _B _C _D _E _F
8_ Ä
00C4
128
Å
00C5
129
Ç
00C7
130
É
00C9
131
Ñ
00D1
132
Ö
00D6
133
Ü
00DC
134
á
00E1
135
à
00E0
136
â
00E2
137
ä
00E4
138
ã
00E3
139
å
00E5
140
ç
00E7
141
é
00E9
142
è
00E8
143
9_ ê
00EA
144
ë
00EB
145
í
00ED
146
ì
00EC
147
î
00EE
148
ï
00EF
149
ñ
00F1
150
ó
00F3
151
ò
00F2
152
ô
00F4
153
ö
00F6
154
õ
00F5
155
ú
00FA
156
ù
00F9
157
û
00FB
158
ü
00FC
159
A_ Ý
00DD
160
°
00B0
161
¢
00A2
162
£
00A3
163
§
00A7
164
×
00D7
165

00B6
166
ß
00DF
167
®
00AE
168
©
00A9
169
²
00B2
170
´
00B4
171
¨
00A8
172
³
00B3
173
Æ
00C6
174
Ø
00D8
175
B_ ¹
00B9
176
±
00B1
177
¼
00BC
178
½
00BD
179
¥
00A5
180
µ
00B5
181


182


183


184


185
¾
00BE
186
ª
00AA
187
º
00BA
188


189
æ
00E6
190
ø
00F8
191
C_ ¿
00BF
192
¡
00A1
193
¬
00AC
194
Ł
0141
195
ƒ
0192
196
ˋ
02CB
197


198
«
00AB
199
»
00BB
200
¦
00A6
201
NBSP
00A0
202
À
00C0
203
Ã
00C3
204
Õ
00D5
205
Œ
0152
206
œ
0153
207
D_ SHY
00AD
208


209


210


211
ł
0142
212


213
÷
00F7
214


215
ÿ
00FF
216
Ÿ
0178
217


218
¤
00A4
219
Ð
00D0
220
ð
00F0
221
Þ
00DE
222
þ
00FE
223
E_ ý
00FD
224
·
00B7
225


226


227


228
Â
00C2
229
Ê
00CA
230
Á
00C1
231
Ë
00CB
232
È
00C8
233
Í
00CD
234
Î
00CE
235
Ï
00CF
236
Ì
00CC
237
Ó
00D3
238
Ô
00D4
239
F_

240
Ò
00D2
241
Ú
00DA
242
Û
00DB
243
Ù
00D9
244
ı
0131
245
ˆ
02C6
246
˜
02DC
247
¯
00AF
248
˘
02D8
249
˙
02D9
250
˚
02DA
251
¸
00B8
252
˝
02DD
253
˛
02DB
254
ˇ
02C7
255
_0 _1 _2 _3 _4 _5 _6 _7 _8 _9 _A _B _C _D _E _F

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ The proposal mentions a "Dutch ISO 646 variant" contributing the Florin sign (ƒ). There is no Florin sign in Code page 1019, so it appears to mean Code page 1102.

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