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DBCS

(character)
(IBM) double-byte character set.

A character set that uses 16 bits to represent a character.

DBCS

(Double Byte Character Set) A character code that uses one or two bytes to represent one character. It was developed for the Japanese, Chinese and Korean languages. See Unicode.
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This announcement follows the October 2012 launch of Halcyon Software's new Double Byte Character Set (DBCS) systems management solution that supports the Japanese language for the IBM i platform.
0 enhancements include double byte character set support for Asian business environments; enhanced HTML output; TIFF output for fax delivery and archival and retrieval systems; an interface to IBM's WebSphere MQ middleware; and multiple-up support.
In this position, she established the architecture and development process of supporting Asian languages for computer processing as double byte character set support (DBCS) by extending Kanji (Japanese Double Byte Character Set) Language processing.
Butts was travelling in China to promote the launch of Xenos d2e Vision, a new product that supports Asian double byte character set languages.
Exstream first announced the availability of its double byte character set (DBCS) version of Dialogue to support Asian business requirements in April, 2002 (version 3.
Key product offerings with Double Byte Character Set (DBCS) and NLS support for Japanese Edition include:
It will be available in seven languages: English, French, Swedish, German, Spanish, Double Byte Character Set, Kanji (Japanese), and Russian.
form also just announced the addition of double byte character set (DBCS) capability, to support Asian languages.
0i features a translated user interface, as well as translated help files and documentation to support the Japanese language which, in addition to the embedded support for the Double Byte Character Set (DBCS), enables Symbiator V4.
A key factor in the success of the DataMirror implementation at Nippon Life Insurance was Transformation Server's support for Double Byte Character Set (DBCS) which allows the software to support Japanese and other Asian languages.
32J operating systems for Japanese Double Byte Character Set (DBCS) support, IBM provides exclusive new worldwide application capability on the desktop.
Double Byte Character Set (DBCS) versions will be available within the first half of 1995.