ZPLII character set documentation

Hey,

I have some ZPLII from a 3rd party with ^CI0 in it. I see from ZPL Guide that this selects character set 0 = Single Byte Encoding - U.S.A. 1 Character Set.

I've looked everywhere but can't find any reference material for this character set and many of the others listed in the Guide. The Guide does document Zebra Code Page 850 nicely for example.

Thanks!
Troz

Steven Si
All of the following are on

All of the following are on Zebra Code Page 850, but with some different character mappings for International languages (noted on page 142).

• 0 = Single Byte Encoding - U.S.A. 1 Character Set
• 1 = Single Byte Encoding - U.S.A. 2 Character Set
• 2 = Single Byte Encoding - U.K. Character Set
• 3 = Single Byte Encoding - Holland Character Set
• 4 = Single Byte Encoding - Denmark/Norway Character Set
• 5 = Single Byte Encoding - Sweden/Finland Character Set
• 6 = Single Byte Encoding - Germany Character Set
• 7 = Single Byte Encoding - France 1 Character Set
• 8 = Single Byte Encoding - France 2 Character Set
• 9 = Single Byte Encoding - Italy Character Set
• 10 = Single Byte Encoding - Spain Character Set
• 11 = Single Byte Encoding - Miscellaneous Character Set
• 12 = Single Byte Encoding - Japan (ASCII with Yen symbol) Character Set

International Character Sets, in which the characters in Hex are mapped to different characters in different character sets.

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