15.10 - EBCDIC Kanji Character Set - Teradata Database

Teradata Database International Character Set Support

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Teradata Database
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15.00
15.10
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Configuration
User Guide
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B035-1125-015K

The EBCDIC Kanji character set is the basis for double-byte characters in the KATAKANAEBCDIC, KANJIEBCDIC5026_0I, and KANJIEBCDIC5035_0I client character sets, and any other character set with a name ending in _0I.

The area in the shaded portion is distributed as follows.

 

1st Byte

2nd Byte

Description

40

40

Kanji blank

41

41-FE

 

 

 

 

IBM Extended non-Kanji set

42
43
44

Alphanumeric
Basic non-Kanji set Zen-Katakana
Basic non-Kanji set Hiragana

45-55

IBM Basic Kanji set (arranged based on frequency of use)

56-68

IBM Extended Kanji set (arranged according to Kanji ideographical order)

69-7F

41-FE

User Area (private use area stops at 72EA)

80-FE

Marker reserved area

With the exception of those characters identified in “Object Names” on page 31, double-byte characters in the following shaded portions of the preceding diagram are valid for object names under the KanjiEBCDIC client character sets:

  • IBM Extended non-Kanji
  • IBM Basic Kanji
  • IBM Extended Kanji
  • Double-byte characters in the User and Marker area are not valid for object names.

    The following table identifies selected characters in EBCDIC Kanji.

     

    Double-Byte Space

    Double-Byte Underscore

    Double-Byte Percent

    0x4040

    0x426D

    0x426C

    The following control characters are the bytes that introduce or terminate interpretation of bytes as EBCDIC Kanji.

     

    Shift Out (SO)

    Shift In (SI)

    0x0E

    0x0F

     

    For more information on the related …

    See …

    KATAKANAEBCDIC client character set

    “KATAKANAEBCDIC” on page 35.

    KANJIEBCDIC5026_0I client character set

    “KANJIEBCDIC5026_0I” on page 33.

    KANJIEBCDIC5035_0I client character set

    “KANJIEBCDIC5035_0I” on page 34.