This document is the forerunner of the Code Points Registry. It recommended that ATSC and other interested standards development organizations (SDOs) cooperatively set up a database, called the Code Point Registry, to document the assigned values of all existing ATSC code points. The report further recommended publishing the Registry on the ATSC Web site, and other Web sites as appropriate.
Download ATSC Technology Group Report: “Code Point Issues”, approved 7 February 2002.
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