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CodeSystem: alternateCharacterSets

Summary

Defining URL:http://terminology.hl7.org/CodeSystem/v2-0211
Version:2.5.0
Name:AlternateCharacterSets
Status:Active as of 2019-12-01
Definition:

HL7-defined code system of concepts used to specify the character set(s) in use. Includes both single-byte and double-byte characters sets, and used in Version 2.x messaging in the MSH segment.

Publisher:HL7, Inc
Committee:Infrastructure And Messaging
Copyright:

Copyright HL7. Licensed under creative commons public domain

Content:Complete: All the concepts defined by the code system are included in the code system resource
OID:2.16.840.1.113883.18.116 (for OID based terminology systems)
Value Set:http://terminology.hl7.org/ValueSet/v2-0211 ( is the value set for all codes in this code system)
Source Resource:XML / JSON / Turtle

This Code system is referenced in the content logical definition of the following value sets:

Properties

CodeURLDescriptionType
statushttp://terminology.hl7.org/CodeSystem/utg-concept-properties#statusStatus of the conceptcode
deprecatedhttp://terminology.hl7.org/CodeSystem/utg-concept-properties#v2-table-deprecatedVersion of HL7 in which the code was deprecatedcode
v2-concCommenthttp://terminology.hl7.org/CodeSystem/utg-concept-properties#v2-concCommentV2 Concept Commentstring
v2-concCommentAsPubhttp://terminology.hl7.org/CodeSystem/utg-concept-properties#v2-concCommentAsPubV2 Concept Comment As Publishedstring
HL7usageNoteshttp://terminology.hl7.org/CodeSystem/utg-concept-properties#HL7usageNotesHL7 Concept Usage Notesstring

This code system http://terminology.hl7.org/CodeSystem/v2-0211 defines the following codes:

CodeDisplayDefinitiondeprecatedV2 Concept CommentV2 Concept Comment As PublishedHL7 Concept Usage Notes
JAS2020 A subset of ISO2020 used for most Kanjii transmissionsA subset of ISO2020 used for most Kanjii transmissions2.9
JIS X 0202 ISO 2022 with escape sequences for KanjiiISO 2022 with escape sequences for Kanjii2.9
ASCII The printable 7-bit ASCII character set.The printable 7-bit ASCII character set.(This is the default if this field is omitted)(This is the default if this field is omitted)
8859/1 The printable characters from the ISO 8859/1 Character setThe printable characters from the ISO 8859/1 Character set
8859/2 The printable characters from the ISO 8859/2 Character setThe printable characters from the ISO 8859/2 Character set
8859/3 The printable characters from the ISO 8859/3 Character setThe printable characters from the ISO 8859/3 Character set
8859/4 The printable characters from the ISO 8859/4 Character setThe printable characters from the ISO 8859/4 Character set
8859/5 The printable characters from the ISO 8859/5 Character setThe printable characters from the ISO 8859/5 Character set
8859/6 The printable characters from the ISO 8859/6 Character setThe printable characters from the ISO 8859/6 Character set
8859/7 The printable characters from the ISO 8859/7 Character setThe printable characters from the ISO 8859/7 Character set
8859/8 The printable characters from the ISO 8859/8 Character setThe printable characters from the ISO 8859/8 Character set
8859/9 The printable characters from the ISO 8859/9 Character setThe printable characters from the ISO 8859/9 Character set
8859/15 The printable characters from the ISO 8859/15 (Latin-15)The printable characters from the ISO 8859/15 (Latin-15)
ISO IR6 ASCII graphic character set consisting of 94 characters.ASCII graphic character set consisting of 94 characters.http://www.itscj.ipsj.or.jp/ISO-IR/006.pdfhttp://www.itscj.ipsj.or.jp/ISO-IR/006.pdf
ISO IR14 Code for Information Exchange (one byte)(JIS X 0201-1976).Code for Information Exchange (one byte)(JIS X 0201-1976).Note that the code contains a space, i.e., "ISO IR14".Note that the code contains a space, i.e., "ISO IR14".
ISO IR87 Code for the Japanese Graphic Character set for information interchange (JIS X 0208-1990),Code for the Japanese Graphic Character set for information interchange (JIS X 0208-1990),Note that the code contains a space, i.e., “ISO IR87”. The JIS X 0208 needs an escape sequence. In Japan, the escape technique is ISO 2022. From basic ASCII, escape sequence “escape” $ B (in HEX, 1B 24 42) lets the parser know that following bytes should be handled 2-byte wise. Back to ASCII is 1B 28 42.Note that the code contains a space, i.e., “ISO IR87”. The JIS X 0208 needs an escape sequence. In Japan, the escape technique is ISO 2022. From basic ASCII, escape sequence “escape” $ B (in HEX, 1B 24 42) lets the parser know that following bytes should be handled 2-byte wise. Back to ASCII is 1B 28 42.
ISO IR159 Code of the supplementary Japanese Graphic Character set for information interchange (JIS X 0212-1990).Code of the supplementary Japanese Graphic Character set for information interchange (JIS X 0212-1990).Note that the code contains a space, i.e., "ISO IR159".Note that the code contains a space, i.e., "ISO IR159".
GB 18030-2000 Code for Chinese Character Set (GB 18030-2000)Code for Chinese Character Set (GB 18030-2000)Does not need an escape sequence.Does not need an escape sequence.
KS X 1001 Code for Korean Character Set (KS X 1001)Code for Korean Character Set (KS X 1001)
CNS 11643-1992 Code for Taiwanese Character Set (CNS 11643-1992)Code for Taiwanese Character Set (CNS 11643-1992)Does not need an escape sequence.Does not need an escape sequence.
BIG-5 Code for Taiwanese Character Set (BIG-5)Code for Taiwanese Character Set (BIG-5)Does not need an escape sequence. BIG-5 does not need an escape sequence. ASCII is a 7 bit character set, which means that the top bit of the byte is “0”. The parser knows that when the top bit of the byte is “0”, the character set is ASCII. When it is “1”, the following bytes should be handled as 2 bytes (or more). No escape technique is needed. However, since some servers do not correctly interpret when they receive a top bit “1”, it is advised, in internet RFC, to not use these kind of non-safe non-escape extension.Does not need an escape sequence. BIG-5 does not need an escape sequence. ASCII is a 7 bit character set, which means that the top bit of the byte is “0”. The parser knows that when the top bit of the byte is “0”, the character set is ASCII. When it is “1”, the following bytes should be handled as 2 bytes (or more). No escape technique is needed. However, since some servers do not correctly interpret when they receive a top bit “1”, it is advised, in internet RFC, to not use these kind of non-safe non-escape extension.
UNICODE The world wide character standard from ISO/IEC 10646-1-1993The world wide character standard from ISO/IEC 10646-1-1993Deprecated. Retained for backward compatibility only as v 2.5. Replaced by specific Unicode encoding codes.Deprecated. Retained for backward compatibility only as v 2.5. Replaced by specific Unicode encoding codes.Available from The Unicode Consortium, P.O. Box 700519, San Jose, CA 95170-0519. See http://www.unicode.org/unicode/consortium/consort.html
UNICODE UTF-8 UCS Transformation Format, 8-bit formUCS Transformation Format, 8-bit formUTF-8 is a variable-length encoding, each code value is represented by 1,2 or 3 bytes, depending on the code value. 7 bit ASCII is a proper subset of UTF-8. Note that the code contains a space before UTF but not before and after the hyphen. Since UTF-8 represents the full UNICODE character set, the following restriction apply to its use: 1. UTF-8 must be the default encoding of the message, UTF-8 cannot be specified as an additional character set in MSH-18 2. There are no other character sets allowed in a message where UTF-8 is the default encoding in the message. In other words, UNICODE UTF-8 can only be specified as a single value in MSH-18 3. A message encoded in UTF-8 must not use a Byte Order Mark (BOM).UTF-8 is a variable-length encoding, each code value is represented by 1,2 or 3 bytes, depending on the code value. 7 bit ASCII is a proper subset of UTF-8. Note that the code contains a space before UTF but not before and after the hyphen. Since UTF-8 represents the full UNICODE character set, the following restriction apply to its use: 1. UTF-8 must be the default encoding of the message, UTF-8 cannot be specified as an additional character set in MSH-18 2. There are no other character sets allowed in a message where UTF-8 is the default encoding in the message. In other words, UNICODE UTF-8 can only be specified as a single value in MSH-18 3. A message encoded in UTF-8 must not use a Byte Order Mark (BOM).
UNICODE UTF-16 UCS Transformation Format, 16-bit formUCS Transformation Format, 16-bit form2.9UTF-16 is identical to ISO/IEC 10646 UCS-2. Note that the code contains a space before UTF but not before and after the hyphen.UTF-16 is identical to ISO/IEC 10646 UCS-2. Note that the code contains a space before UTF but not before and after the hyphen.
UNICODE UTF-32 UCS Transformation Format, 32-bit formUCS Transformation Format, 32-bit form2.9UTF-32 is defined by Unicode Technical Report #19, and is an officially recognized encoding as of Unicode Version 3.1. UTF-32 is a proper subset of ISO/IEC 10646 UCS-4. Note that the code contains a space before UTF but not before and after the hyphen.UTF-32 is defined by Unicode Technical Report #19, and is an officially recognized encoding as of Unicode Version 3.1. UTF-32 is a proper subset of ISO/IEC 10646 UCS-4. Note that the code contains a space before UTF but not before and after the hyphen.

History

DateActionAuthorCustodianComment
2020-05-06reviseTed KleinVocabulary WGMigrated to the UTG maintenance environment and publishing tooling.