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Iran System encoding standard

Iran System encoding standard was an 8-bit character encoding scheme and was created by Iran System corporation for Persian language support. This standard was in use in Iran in DOS-based programs and after introduction of Microsoft code page 1256 this standard became obsolete. However, some Windows and DOS programs using this encoding are still in use and some Windows fonts with this encoding exist. Now most programs use code page 1256 or Unicode.

Code page layout

Only the upper half (128–255) of the table is shown, the lower half (0–127) being plain ASCII. This character set encodes certain presentation forms separately.

IRAN SYSTEM
_0 _1 _2 _3 _4 _5 _6 _7 _8 _9 _A _B _C _D _E _F
 
8_
 
۰
06F0
128
۱
06F1
129
۲
06F2
130
۳
06F3
131
۴
06F4
132
۵
06F5
133
۶
06F6
134
۷
06F7
135
۸
06F8
136
۹
06F9
137
،
060C
138
ـ
0640
139
؟
061F
140

FE81
141

FE8B
142*
ء
0621
143

FE8D
144

FE8E
145

FE8F
146*

FE91
147**

FB56
148*

FB58
149**

FE95
150*

FE97
151**

FE99
152*

FE9B
153**

FE9D
154*

FE9F
155**
* ** * **
 
A_
 
* **
FEBB
172
ﺿ
FEBF
174
 
B_
 

2591
176

2593
178

2524
180

2561
181

2556
183

2563
185

2551
186

2557
187

255D
188

255C
189

255B
190

2510
191
 
C_
 

2514
192

2534
193

252C
194

251C
195

2500
196

253C
197

255E
198

255F
199
* ** * ** * ** * ** * ** * ** * ** *
** * * ** *
FEE3
245**

FEE5
246*

FEE7
247**
و
0648
248

FEE9
249*

FEEC
250

FEEB
251

FBFD
252

FBFC
253

FBFE
254**
NBSP
00A0
255
_0 _1 _2 _3 _4 _5 _6 _7 _8 _9 _A _B _C _D _E _F
*The code point given is for the isolated form, the final form is also encoded.
**The code point given is for the initial form, the medial form is also encoded.
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