iso_8859-8 - ISO 8859-8 character set encoded in octal, decimal, and hexadecimal
The ISO 8859 standard includes several 8-bit extensions to the ASCII character set (also known as ISO 646-IRV). ISO 8859-8 encodes the characters used in Modern Hebrew. ISO 8859 alphabets The full set of ISO 8859 alphabets includes: ISO 8859-1 West European languages (Latin-1) ISO 8859-2 Central and East European languages (Latin-2) ISO 8859-3 Southeast European and miscellaneous languages (Latin-3) ISO 8859-4 Scandinavian/Baltic languages (Latin-4) ISO 8859-5 Latin/Cyrillic ISO 8859-6 Latin/Arabic ISO 8859-7 Latin/Greek ISO 8859-8 Latin/Hebrew ISO 8859-9 Latin-1 modification for Turkish (Latin-5) ISO 8859-10 Lappish/Nordic/Eskimo languages (Latin-6) ISO 8859-11 Latin/Thai ISO 8859-13 Baltic Rim languages (Latin-7) ISO 8859-14 Celtic (Latin-8) ISO 8859-15 West European languages (Latin-9) ISO 8859-16 Romanian (Latin-10) ISO 8859-8 characters The following table displays the characters in ISO 8859-8, which are printable and unlisted in the ascii(7) manual page. Oct Dec Hex Char Description 240 160 A0 NO-BREAK SPACE 242 162 A2 CENT SIGN 243 163 A3 POUND SIGN 244 164 A4 CURRENCY SIGN 245 165 A5 YEN SIGN 246 166 A6 BROKEN BAR 247 167 A7 SECTION SIGN 250 168 A8 DIAERESIS 251 169 A9 COPYRIGHT SIGN 252 170 AA MULTIPLICATION SIGN 253 171 AB LEFT-POINTING DOUBLE ANGLE QUOTATION MARK 254 172 AC NOT SIGN 255 173 AD SOFT HYPHEN 256 174 AE REGISTERED SIGN 257 175 AF MACRON 260 176 B0 DEGREE SIGN 261 177 B1 PLUS-MINUS SIGN 262 178 B2 SUPERSCRIPT TWO 263 179 B3 SUPERSCRIPT THREE 264 180 B4 ACUTE ACCENT 265 181 B5 MICRO SIGN 266 182 B6 PILCROW SIGN 267 183 B7 * MIDDLE DOT 270 184 B8 CEDILLA 271 185 B9 SUPERSCRIPT ONE 272 186 BA DIVISION SIGN 273 187 BB RIGHT-POINTING DOUBLE ANGLE QUOTATION MARK 274 188 BC VULGAR FRACTION ONE QUARTER 275 189 BD VULGAR FRACTION ONE HALF 276 190 BE VULGAR FRACTION THREE QUARTERS 337 223 DF DOUBLE LOW LINE 340 224 E0 HEBREW LETTER ALEF 341 225 E1 HEBREW LETTER BET 342 226 E2 HEBREW LETTER GIMEL 343 227 E3 HEBREW LETTER DALET 344 228 E4 HEBREW LETTER HE 345 229 E5 HEBREW LETTER VAV 346 230 E6 HEBREW LETTER ZAYIN 347 231 E7 HEBREW LETTER HET 350 232 E8 HEBREW LETTER TET 351 233 E9 HEBREW LETTER YOD 352 234 EA HEBREW LETTER FINAL KAF 353 235 EB HEBREW LETTER KAF 354 236 EC HEBREW LETTER LAMED 355 237 ED HEBREW LETTER FINAL MEM 356 238 EE HEBREW LETTER MEM 357 239 EF HEBREW LETTER FINAL NUN 360 240 F0 HEBREW LETTER NUN 361 241 F1 HEBREW LETTER SAMEKH 362 242 F2 HEBREW LETTER AYIN 363 243 F3 HEBREW LETTER FINAL PE 364 244 F4 HEBREW LETTER PE 365 245 F5 HEBREW LETTER FINAL TSADI 366 246 F6 HEBREW LETTER TSADI 367 247 F7 HEBREW LETTER QOF 370 248 F8 HEBREW LETTER RESH 371 249 F9 HEBREW LETTER SHIN 372 250 FA HEBREW LETTER TAV 375 253 FD LEFT-TO-RIGHT MARK 376 254 FE RIGHT-TO-LEFT MARK
ISO 8859-8 was also known as ISO-IR-138. ISO 8859-8 includes neither short vowels nor diacritical marks, and Yiddish is not provided for.
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