Origin of the digital encoding of accented characters for Esperanto

Doug Ewell doug at ewellic.org
Mon Mar 23 13:22:38 CDT 2015

Ken wrote:

> The list of accented Latin letters in the Latin Extended-A block
> consisted of the union of all of the then-extant ISO 8859 8-bit
> standard repertoire for various Latin alphabets, *plus* the additional
> letters culled from the 2nd DP 10646-1.

The Esperanto letters can be found in ECMA-94, 2nd Edition (June 1986),
pp. 17-21 (pp. 33-37 in the PDF), which is equivalent to ISO 8859-3.


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