ANSI etc. Help!

Does anybody know something about ANSEL (American National Standard for Extended Latin)? I need code table, or at least where can I find something useful. I need also some info about ANSI codes in common. Please, help!
SternAsked:
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wlennonVP of Domestic & Int'l OperationsCommented:
www.ansi.org or search for ANCEL with a search engine.

wlennon
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packratt_jkCommented:
Here is a site that has a list of worldwide standards organizations - maybe they have something close
http://www.iso.ch/infoe/stbodies.html
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jamestthomasCommented:
http://www.nssn.org/  
 

NISO


Document Number: ANSI/NISO Z39.47-1993 (Revision of ANSI Z39.47-1985)


Title: Extended Latin Alphabet Coded Character Set for Bibliographic Use


Scope: Establishes computer codes for an extended Latin alphabet character set to be used in bibliographic work when handling non-English items. The standard addresses special characters in languages using the Latin alphabet as well as combining marks (diacritics) required for romanization and transliteration. This standard establishes the 7-bit and 8-bit code values.


Approval Date: 5/3/93


Number of Pages: 27 pp.


Price Information: Price: $40.00


Ordering Information: NISO Press Fulfillment
P.O. Box 338
Oxon Hill, MD 20750-0338 USA
Phone, US and Canada: 800-282-NISO (6476)
Phone, Outside US and Canada: 301-567-9522
Fax: 301-567-9553
Visit NISO on the Web


ANSI Approved Standard: YES


ANSI Approved Date: 5/3/93


Date file last updated on NSSN: 09/11/98


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SternAuthor Commented:
Sorry, but I need it free. I can't believe: it's not public?
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ItamarCCommented:
In general all ANSI standarts are not free.
Look at "www.ansi.org".
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