Macintosh Central European Encoding

Macintosh Central European encoding is used in Apple Macintosh computers to represent texts in Central European and Southeastern European languages that use the Latin script.

Each character is shown with its equivalent Unicode code point and its decimal code point. Only the second half of the table (code points 128–255) is shown, the first half (code points 0–127) being the same as ASCII.

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Ä

128
Ā

129
ā

130
É

131
Ą

132
Ö

133
Ü

134
á

135
ą

136
Č

137
ä

138
č

139
Ć

140
ć

141
é

142
Ź

143

9_
ź

144
Ď

145
í

146
ď

147
Ē

148
ē

149
Ė

150
ó

151
ė

152
ô

153
ö

154
õ

155
ú

156
Ě

157
ě

158
ü

159

A_


160
°

161
Ę

162
£

163
§

164


165


166
ß

167
®

168
©

169


170
ę

171
¨

172


173
ģ

174
Į

175

B_
į

176
Ī

177


178


179
ī

180
Ķ

181


182


183
ł

184
Ļ

185
ļ

186
Ľ

187
ľ

188
Ĺ

189
ĺ

190
Ņ

191

C_
ņ

192
Ń

193
¬

194


195
ń

196
Ň

197


198
«

199
»

200


201


202
ň

203
Ő

204
Õ

205
ő

206
Ō

207

D_


208


209


210


211


212


213
÷

214


215
ō

216
Ŕ

217
ŕ

218
Ř

219


220


221
ř

222
Ŗ

223

E_
ŗ

224
Š

225


226


227
š

228
Ś

229
ś

230
Á

231
Ť

232
ť

233
Í

234
Ž

235
ž

236
Ū

237
Ó

238
Ô

239

F_
ū

240
Ů

241
Ú

242
ů

243
Ű

244
ű

245
Ų

246
ų

247
Ý

248
ý

249
ķ

250
Ż

251
Ł

252
ż

253
Ģ

254
ˇ

255
Character encodings
Character sets
Early telecommunications
  • ASCII
  • ISO/IEC 646
  • ISO/IEC 6937
  • T.61
  • BCD (6-bit)
  • Baudot code
  • Morse code
  • Chinese telegraph code
ISO/IEC 8859
  • -1
  • -2
  • -3
  • -4
  • -5
  • -6
  • -7
  • -8
  • -9
  • -10
  • -11
  • -12
  • -13
  • -14
  • -15
  • -16
Bibliographic use
  • ANSEL
  • ISO 5426 / 5426-2 / 5427 / 5428 / 6438 / 6861 / 6862 / 10585 / 10586 / 10754 / 11822
  • MARC-8
National standards
  • ArmSCII
  • CNS 11643
  • GOST 10859
  • GB 2312
  • HKSCS
  • ISCII
  • JIS X 0201
  • JIS X 0208
  • JIS X 0212
  • JIS X 0213
  • KPS 9566
  • KS X 1001
  • PASCII
  • TIS-620
  • TSCII
  • VISCII
  • YUSCII
EUC
  • CN
  • JP
  • KR
  • TW
ISO/IEC 2022
  • CN
  • JP
  • KR
  • CCCII
MacOS codepages ("scripts")
  • Arabic
  • CentralEurRoman
  • ChineseSimp / EUC-CN
  • ChineseTrad / Big5
  • Croatian
  • Cyrillic
  • Devanagari
  • Dingbats
  • Farsi
  • Greek
  • Gujarati
  • Gurmukhi
  • Hebrew
  • Icelandic
  • Japanese / ShiftJIS
  • Korean / EUC-KR
  • Roman
  • Romanian
  • Symbol
  • Thai / TIS-620
  • Turkish
  • Ukrainian
DOS codepages
  • 437
  • 720
  • 737
  • 775
  • 850
  • 852
  • 855
  • 857
  • 858
  • 860
  • 861
  • 862
  • 863
  • 864
  • 865
  • 866
  • 869
  • Kamenický
  • Mazovia
  • MIK
  • Iran System
Windows codepages
  • 874 / TIS-620
  • 932 / Shift JIS
  • 936 / GBK
  • 949 / EUC-KR
  • 950 / Big5
  • 1250
  • 1251
  • 1252
  • 1253
  • 1254
  • 1255
  • 1256
  • 1257
  • 1258
  • 54936 / GB18030
EBCDIC codepages
  • 37/1140
  • 273/1141
  • 277/1142
  • 278/1143
  • 280/1144
  • 284/1145
  • 285/1146
  • 297/1147
  • 420/16804
  • 424/12712
  • 500/1148
  • 838/1160
  • 871/1149
  • 875/9067
  • 930/1390
  • 933/1364
  • 937/1371
  • 935/1388
  • 939/1399
  • 1025/1154
  • 1026/1155
  • 1047/924
  • 1112/1156
  • 1122/1157
  • 1123/1158
  • 1130/1164
  • JEF
  • KEIS
Platform specific
  • ATASCII
  • CDC display code
  • DEC-MCS
  • DEC Radix-50
  • Fieldata
  • GSM 03.38
  • HP roman8
  • PETSCII
  • TI calculator character sets
  • WISCII
  • ZX Spectrum character set
Unicode / ISO/IEC 10646
  • UTF-8
  • UTF-16/UCS-2
  • UTF-32/UCS-4
  • UTF-7
  • UTF-1
  • UTF-EBCDIC
  • GB 18030
  • SCSU
  • BOCU-1
Miscellaneous codepages
  • APL
  • Cork
  • HZ
  • IBM code page 1133
  • KOI8
  • TRON
Related topics
  • control character (C0 C1)
  • CCSID
  • Character encodings in HTML
  • charset detection
  • Han unification
  • ISO 6429/IEC 6429/ANSI X3.64
  • mojibake

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