Code page 1133


Code page 1133

Code page 1133 is a code page created by IBM for representation of Lao script.

Code page layout

Only the upper half of the table (80–FF) is shown, the lower half (00–7F) being plain ASCII.

.0 .1 .2 .3 .4 .5 .6 .7 .8 .9 .A .B .C .D .E .F
 
8−
 
                               
 
9−
 
                               
 
A−
 
 
E81

E82

E84

E87

E88

EAA

E8A

E8D

E94

E95

E96

E97

E99

E9A

E9B
 
B−
 

E9C

E9D

E9E

E9F

EA1

EA2

EA3

EA5

EA7

EAB

EAD

EAE
     
EAF
 
C−
 

EB0

EB2

EB3

EB4

EB5

EB6

EB7

EB8

EB9

EBC

EB1

EBB

EBD
     
 
D−
 

EC0

EC1

EC2

EC3

EC4

EC8

EC9

ECA

ECB

ECC

ECD

EC6
 
EDC

EDD

20AD
 
E−
 
                               
 
F−
 

ED0

ED1

ED2

ED3

ED4

ED5

ED6

ED7

ED8

ED9
    ¢
A2
¬
AC
¦
A6
 
A0

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