ISCII and Unicode Representation
- It was proposed in the eighties
- It is a single representation code for all scripts in Indian language.
- It assigns code for the matras.
- Devanagiri code was kept area for the development of these types of code.
- The code is assigned in Upper case of ASCII data.
- The ISCII code is suited for representing the syllables of Indian languages.
- The following table gives the sample code in an Indian language.
|Note: Matras means vowels extension.|
- It is a standard for multilingual documents
- It came from ASCII.
- It is a shorthand code of 7 to 8 bit to represent the letters of the alphabet in many languages.
- In this code more than 65000 different characters are available.
- It is viewed as a stack of planes and multiple chucks of 128 consecutive codes.
- Data processing software uses unicode to identify the language of the values.
- The following is the sample of Unicode.