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* [[Wikipedia:Code page 857|Wikipedia article]]
* [[Wikipedia:Code page 857|Wikipedia article]]
* [http://www.kreativekorp.com/charset/encoding/CP857/ Code chart at KreativeKorp]
* [http://www.kreativekorp.com/charset/encoding/CP857/ Code chart at KreativeKorp]
* [https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc195068.aspx Code chart at Microsoft]
* [https://unicode.org/Public/MAPPINGS/VENDORS/MICSFT/PC/CP857.TXT Unicode mapping]
* RFC 1345
* RFC 1345

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File Format
Name CP857
Wikidata ID Q1105747
IANA aliases IBM857, cp857, 857, csIBM857
IANA MIBenum 2047
Code Page 857
CFStringEncoding 1044

Code Page 857 (CP857, DOS 857, DOS CP857, DOS Turkish) is an 8-bit character encoding. It is a member of the family of MS-DOS encodings intended for use with the Turkish language. The lower half is the same as CP437 (and ASCII), and the upper half has accented (and other diacritically-marked) letters and a few other things such as box drawing characters (not as many of them as some of the other encodings since more code positions are devoted to variant letters). This encoding has the characters of ISO 8859-9, though in different code positions from that encoding. In a variant version, code point D5 (previously unassigned) was assigned to the euro sign.

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