ISO/IEC 8859-11

ISO 8859-11, more specifically ISO / IEC 8859-11 also known as Thai, is a recently updated in 2001 by the ISO standard for information technology to character encoding with eight bits and the eleventh part of the family of standards ISO / IEC 8859th This standard is identical to the national Thai standard TIS -620 from 1990, only A016 ( NBSP ) is in TIS 620 undefined. It is also the basis for the Microsoft code page 874

The encodable with seven -bit US-ASCII characters correspond with leading zero bits. In addition to the 95 displayable ASCII characters (2016 - 7E16 ) encoding ISO 8859-11 88 more ( A016 - DA16, DF16 - FB16 ), for a total of 183 theoretically possible 256 ( = 28). Positions 0016- 1F16 and 7F16, 9F16 are assigned in ISO / IEC 8859, and thus the ISO / IEC 8859-11 no characters. The defined by IANA as ISO -8859 -11 ( with hyphen) means the combination of the characters of this standard with control characters can not be represented in accordance with ISO / IEC 6429th

ISO 8859-11 attempts to cover as many characters as the Thai script.


SP (space) at position 2016 is the spaces and the NBSP ( no-break space, even non-breaking space ) to position A016 is the protected space.