This International Standard
a) specifies the coded representation of the characters;
b) specifies a repertoire of the Latin alphabetic and non-alphabetic characters for the communication of text in many European languages using the Latin script;
c) specifies rules for the definitions and use of graphic character subrepertoires, i.e. subsets of the specified character repertoire.
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