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Western Latin character sets
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  1. Several binary representations of character sets for common Western European languages are compared in this article

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  2. These encodings were designed for representation of Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, French, German, Dutch, English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, and Icelandic, which use the Latin alphabet, a few additional letters and ones with precomposed diacritics,

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  3. The earlier seven-bit U.S. ASCII encoding has characters sufficient to properly represent only US-English, Latin, and Swahili

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  4. Although they're called "Western European" many of these language are spoken all over the world

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  5. Also, these character sets happen to support many other languages such as Malay, Swahili, or Classical Latin

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