The category of character sets includes articles on specific character encodings (see the article for a precise definition). It includes those used in computer science (coded character sets (also known as character sets (this term [according to whom?]) or code pages), character encoding forms, character encoding schemes) and those that use non-numeric, pre-digital codes, such as electrical impulses. This category does not include unencoded character repertoires like the Windows Glyph List 4 or any of the articles in List of alphabets.
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