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CSX+ Indic character set

The CSX+ Indic character set, or the Classical Sanskrit eXtended Plus Indic Character Set, is used by LaTex represent text used in the Romanization of Sanskrit.[1] It is an extension of the CSX Indic character set (but removes ÿ and the punctuation marks ¢, £, ¥, «, and »),[2][3] which in turn is an extension of the CS Indic character set,[4] and is based on Code Page 437. It fixes an issue with Windows programs, by moving á from code point 160 (0xA0) (which is problematic because it displays a regular space on Windows), to code point 158 (0x9E).

Code page layout

CSX+
_0 _1 _2 _3 _4 _5 _6 _7 _8 _9 _A _B _C _D _E _F
8_
128
Ç
00C7
ü
00FC
é
00E9
â
00E2
ä
00E4
à
00E0
å
00E5
ç
00E7
ê
00EA
ë
00EB
è
00E8
ï
00EF
î
00EE
ì
00EC
Ä
00C4
Å
00C5
9_
144
É
00C9
æ
00E6
Æ
00C6
ô
00F4
ö
00F6
ò
00F2
û
00FB
ù
00F9
ǣ
01E3
Ö
00D6
Ü
00DC
ŭ
016D
ē̃
0113 0303

0072 0325
á
00E1

1E5F
A_
160
NBSP
00A0
í
00ED
ó
00F3
ú
00FA
ñ
00F1
Ñ
00D1

006C 0303

1E41
ā̆
0101 0306
ī̆
012B 0306
ū̆
016B 0306
ā̃
0101 0303
ī̃
012B 0303

1E49
r̥̄
0072 0325 0304

006C 0325
B_
176
l̥̄
006C 0325 0304
ŕ̥
006C 0325 0301
r̥̀
006C 0325 0300
r̥̄́
0072 0325 0304 0301

006D 0306
ā́
0101 0301
ā̀
0101 0300
ī́
012B 0301
ī̀
012B 0300
ē
0113
ō
014D

0052 0325

1E8F
ū́
016B 0301
ū̀
016B 0300

0072 0306
C_
192
ō̃
014D 0303

006D 0310

1E6F
Ē
0112
Ō
014C

006E 0306
ṛ́
1E5B 0301
ṛ̀
1E5B 0300
K͟h
004B 035F 0068

1E35
NBSP
00A0
Ǣ
01E2
k͟h
006B 035F 0068
ġ
0121
ĉ
0109
ṝ́
1E5D 0301
D_
208
ã
00E3
ĩ
0129
ũ
0169

1EBD
õ
00F5
ĕ
0115
ŏ
014F

1E3B
ū̃
016B 0303
Ġ
0120
Ĉ
0108

1E96

1E2B

2013

2014

201C
E_
224
ā
0101
ß
00DF
Ā
0100
ī
012B
Ī
012A
ū
016B
Ū
016A

1E5B

1E5A

1E5D

1E5C

1E37

1E36

1E39

1E38

1E45
F_
240

1E44

1E6D

1E6C

1E0D

1E0C

1E47

1E46
ś
015B
Ś
015A

1E63

1E62

201D

1E43

1E42

1E25

1E24

References

  1. ^ [sofia.nmsu.edu]. Missing or empty |title= (help)
  2. ^ [mirror.las.iastate.edu]. Missing or empty |title= (help)
  3. ^ "The CSX encoding". bombay.indology.info.
  4. ^ "CTAN: /tex-archive/fonts/csx/fonts/charter". ctan.org.