ISO 8859-1

ISO 8859-1

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Editor's note: While based on what eventually became the ISO 8859-1 standard, this character set was never an ANSI standard and should be referred to as code page Windows-1252 (13), though it is still frequently confused with the ISO 8859-1 standard, which was implemented in Windows as code page Windows-28591.
And the Web was designed with the ISO 8859-1 character, commonly known as ASCII.
Later, to satisfy the need for use of languages such as Russian and Hebrew, the standard called ISO 2022 was established, later expanded into ISO 8859-1 (often called "Latin-1 ") which is widely used today for the interchange of information across the Web in Western languages.