Used by many languages, including Russian, Ukrainian, Bulgarian, Macedonian, Serbian, Belorussian, Kurdish, Kazakh, Kyrgyz, Mongolian and Uzbek.
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Cyrillic in different encodings
Covering UCS-2, UTF-8 Little-Endian, KOI8-R, Win-CP1251, DOS-CP866, ISO-8859-5, Mac-Cyrillic, KOI8-U, ShiftJIS and Unicode Big-Endian encoding systems.
ISO 8859-5 Latin/Cyrillic Alphabet
A table of the ISO 8859-5 code page.
KOI8-R Russian Character Set
Information relating to the KOI8-R Russian character set. Includes tables, software information, keyboard layouts and many links to related resources. In English and Russian.
How to adapt various systems and software for use in Russian, including details on Russian character encoding systems.
Information on how to set up PCs for Slavic and Cyrillic languages, covering a variety of operating systems. In English, German and Russian.
Universal Cyrillic auto-decoder
Online tool for decoding scrambled (incorrectly encoded) Cyrillic texts.
Last update:April 24, 2009 at 12:04:47 UTC