Numbering scheme


Numbering scheme

There are many different numbering schemes for assigning nominal numbers to entities. These generally require an agreed set of rules, or a central coordinator. The schemes can be considered to be examples of a primary key of a database management system table, whose table definitions require a database design.

Contents

Numbering schemes include:

Chemistry

Communications

  • The E.164 numbering plan for telephone numbers, including:
    • Country calling codes
    • North American Numbering Plan
    • Numbering plans by country
      • Argentina: Argentine telephone numbering plan
      • Australia: Australian telephone numbering plan
      • China: China telephone numbering plan
      • France: French telephone numbering plan
      • Hong Kong: Hong Kong telephone numbering plan
      • Japan: Japanese telephone numbering plan
      • Singapore: Singapore telephone numbering plan
      • United Kingdom: UK telephone numbering plan
  • The IP address allocation scheme (IANA)
  • The DNIC prefixes of X.25 NUAs assigned by the ITU http://www.itu.int

Locations

See also: country code, address (geography).

Products

People

Topics

Transportation

Others/general

See also


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