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Teradata RDBMS forUNIX SQL Reference - NCR

NCR Teradata RDBMS forUNIX SQL Reference - NCR, 1997. - 913 p.
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2nd byte

00

00

80

FF

e

t

y

b

t

s



80

Al

DF

FF









O dd-numbered Ku-Ter ws form JIS-x0208 ws 1, 3, 5, .... 61 Even-numbered Ku-Ter rows form JIS-x0208 -rows 2, 4, 6, 62
ro ro

JIS -x02 (sir 01 K qle ttt t kara )


rows 63, 65, .... 93 rows 64, 66, 94
V I


40

9F

81

9F

E0

FC

FC

FFAEA005

A more detailed view of the Shift-JIS encoding is shown in Figure H-10. The shaded regions show the JIS-x0208 area, the Gaiji area, and the IBM-defined character area. Observe that only range 0x8000-0xFFFF is shown.

This figure illustrates the following:

Shift-JIS range 0x8140-0x9FFC contains rows 1 to 62 from JIS-x0208.

Shift-JIS range 0xE040-0xEFFC contains rows 63 to 94 from JIS-x0208.

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Japanese Character Sets

Shift-JIS (DOS Kanji) Encoding

Shift-JIS range 0xF040-0xF9FC contains 1,880 Gaiji characters. This range is equivalent to EUC ss3 range 0xA1A1-0xB4FE.

Shift-JIS range 0xFA40-0xFCFC contains IBM-defined characters. IBM characters exist in IBM EBCDIC Kanji, but not in JIS-x0208.

Figure H-10

Shift-JIS Encoding-Detailed View

2nd byte_____________________

00 80 FF

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Non-Valid Japanese Character Codes

Appendix I

Non-Valid Japanese Character Codes

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Non-Valid Japanese Character Codes

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Non-valid Japanese Character Code

Non-Valid Characters in Object Names: KanjiEBCDIC

Introduction

Non-valid Ranges for Object Names: KanjiEBCDIC

Non-Valid Characters in Object Names: KanjiEBCDIC

The tables below list the characters (in two-byte hexadecimal) that are not valid for object names under the KANJIEBCDIC5026_0I, KANJIEBCDIC5035_0I, and KATAKANAEBCIDC character sets (compatible with the IBM Japanese Extended Katakana, IBM Japanese Extended English, and Japanese Katakana EBCDIC encoding, respectively).

First Byte Second Byte
40 40
41 41 - FE
42 41 - 6C
6E - 7A
7C - 80
AA - C0
EA - EF
FA - FE
43 41 - 45
4A - 4F
5B - 7A
7C - 7F
A1
B0 - B9
DC - DD
E0 - F2
44 42 - 45
4A - 4E
50
5A - 7F
DC - DD
E0 - F3

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Non-valid Japanese Character Code

Non-Valid Characters in Object Names: KanjiEBCDIC

Non-Valid Characters in Object Names: KanjiEBCDIC

51BF 5761 5995 5BD8 5DE3 5FD1 63EE 65BC 679B
51DA 5763 5997 5BE3 5DEA 5FD2 63EF 65BD 679F
51F7 576B 59C7 5BEC 5DED 5FD5 6445 65C1 67B1
524B 577C 59CB 5BF0 5DF5 5FD9 6450 65C3 67E2
527B 5780 59D8 5BF3 5DF6 5FDC 647C 65C5 67E4
5294 5787 59E8 5BF9 5DFB 5FDD 647D 65C6 67F4
529E 578B 59F1 5C5F 5DFC 5FDF 6485 65C8 67FE
52EB 578E 5A44 5C66 5DFD 604F 648D 65C9 6856
5386 57A9 5A51 5C6E 5E49 6058 648E 65CC
5394 57AE 5A57 5C78 5E4B 6059 64C9 65CE
5397 57BD 5A5F 5C79 5E5A 605A 64F11 65D0
53C7 57C0 5A65 5C90 5E73 6082 6549 65D5
5644 57DE 5A67 5C9A 5E75 60AD 6553 65D8
565D 5860 5A68 5C9B 5E86 60C4 6564 65DD
5662 5863 5A76 5CA6 5E8A 606C 6566 65E4
5665 586C 5A79 5CA9 5E94 60D4 6567 65E8
5666 5870 5A7E 5CAF 5E99 60DA 656B 65F0
566A 5873 5A94 5CB9 5E9E 60E1 6583 65F4
566E 5877 5AB5 5CBC 5E9F 60FD 6585 65F6
5670 5882 5ADA 5CEA 5EA1 6157 6586 664A
5671 588A 5AFB 5CF6 5EA2 616E 658A 6674

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Non-valid Japanese Character Code

Non-Valid Characters in Object Names: KanjiEBCDIC

Non-Valid Characters in Object Names: KanjiEBCDIC

5674 588C 5B50 5CF9 5EA7 6177 658C 6678
567B 58A1 5B53 5CFD 5EA8 61F8 658D 6679
5686 58AD 5B54 5CFE 5EAA 6248 658F 667F
568A 58B0 5B7E 5D4E 5EAB 625B 6590 6697
5691 58B1 5B97 5D58 5EAD 6267 6593 6699
5694 58B2 5B98 5D60 5EAE 6274 6595 669E
5698 58BE 5B99 5D62 5EBC 627E 659B 66A2
56A2 58C0 5B9D 5D6B 5EBD 628A 659E 66A3
56A3 58EC 5BA0 5D72 5EC0 629E 659F 66A4
56A4 58FC 5BA1 5D74 5ED1 62A1 65A1 66A5
56A8 58FE 5BA4 5D7A 5EE7 62A8 65A3 66CB
56B2 5942 5BA7 5D7F 5F69 62B9 65A5 66CC
56B5 5944 5BA8 5D80 5F70 62BB 65A6 66DD
56C9 5951 5BAB 5D8A 5F71 62CE 65A8 66DF
56CE 5967 5BAE 5D8E 5F72 62E2 65AB 66E5
56DC 5968 5BAF 5D93 5F73 635E 65AC 66E6
56E8 5970 5BB4 5D95 5F7A 6390 65AD 66F9
56EF 5978 5BB6 5DA6 5F8E 63C5 65B4 6759
56F7 597F 5BB8 5DC1 5FAA 63CB 65B5 676B
574F 5980 5BBB 5DCA 5FAE 63D4 65B6 676C
5750 5984 5BC7 5DD5 5FB2 63DF 65B7 678F
5756 5987 5BC8 5DD7 5FB3 63E1 65B8 6791
5758 5993 5BC9 5DD8 5FB6 63ED 65B9 6793

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Non-valid Japanese Character Code

Non-Valid Characters in Object Names: KanjiEUC

Non-Valid Characters in Object Names: KanjiEUC

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