ISO-8859-2 (Latin 2) Character Encoding Standard

South Slavic Characters
Unicode: ISO-10646 Latin 2: ISO-8859-2 Microsoft Latin II: MS-CP1250
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South Slavic special characters

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                                       ISO-8859-2 (Latin 2)
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Character Name                   RFC 1345     oct dec hex
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LATIN SMALL   LETTER c WITH ACUTE   c'        346 230 E6
LATIN CAPITAL LETTER C WITH ACUTE   C'        306 198 C6
LATIN SMALL   LETTER c WITH CARON   c<        350 232 E8
LATIN CAPITAL LETTER C WITH CARON   C<        310 200 C8
LATIN SMALL   LETTER d WITH STROKE  d/        360 240 F0
LATIN CAPITAL LETTER D WITH STROKE  D/        320 208 D0
LATIN SMALL   LETTER s WITH CARON   s<        271 185 B9
LATIN CAPITAL LETTER S WITH CARON   S<        251 169 A9
LATIN SMALL   LETTER z WITH CARON   z<        276 190 BE
LATIN CAPITAL LETTER Z WITH CARON   Z<        256 174 AE
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Please note: This standard is not equal to MS-CP1250: codes for s<, S<, z< and Z< are different!

Tests

If one or more of the South Slavic characters are not displayed correctly, it means that your system-browser-font configuration does not interpret the HTML document correctly.

If all of the characters in test lines are displayed correctly, then your system-browser-font configuration is either adjusted correctly to the character set encoding standard and/or it correctly interprets META information in the header of the HTML document.

TEST 1: ISO-8859-2 codes

     - fixed width font

- proportional font

TEST 2: Numeric character references (corresponding to ISO-10646)

ćĆ čČ đĐ šŠ žŽ - fixed width font

ćĆ čČ đĐ šŠ žŽ - proportional font

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