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Code page 862 is a code page for Hebrew under DOS. Like ISO 8859-8, it encodes only letters, not vowel-points or cantillation marks. It has the Hebrew letters in positions 80–9A hex, but otherwise it is identical to CP437. As DOS had no inherent bidirectionality support, CP862 Hebrew was usually stored in visual order; nevertheless, a few DOS applications, notably a word processor named EinsteinWriter, stored Hebrew in logical order. CP862 was replaced by Windows-1255 in Windows 3.x and 9x systems, and later by Unicode in Windows NT onwards. It is now obsolete.

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Only the upper half (128–255) of the table is shown, the lower half (0–127) being the same as CP437.

.0 .1 .2 .3 .4 .5 .6 .7 .8 .9 .A .B .C .D .E .F
 
8−
 
א
5D0
ב
5D1
ג
5D2
ד
5D3
ה
5D4
ו
5D5
ז
5D6
ח
5D7
ט
5D8
י
5D9
ך
5DA
כ
5DB
ל
5DC
ם
5DD
מ
5DE
ן
5DF
 
9−
 
נ
5E0
ס
5E1
ע
5E2
ף
5E3
פ
5E4
ץ
5E5
צ
5E6
ק
5E7
ר
5E8
ש
5E9
ת
5EA
¢
A2
£
A3
¥
A5

20A7
ƒ
192
 
A−
 
á
E1
í
ED
ó
F3
ú
FA
ñ
F1
Ñ
D1
ª
AA
º
BA
¿
BF

2310
¬
AC
½
BD
¼
BC
¡
A1
«
AB
»
BB
 
B−
 

2591

2592

2593

2502

2524

2561

2562

2556

2555

2563

2551

2557

255D

255C

255B

2510
 
C−
 

2514

2534

252C

251C

2500

253C

255E

255F

255A

2554

2569

2566

2560

2550

256C

2567
 
D−
 

2568

2564

2565

2559

2558

2552

2553

256B

256A

2518

250C

2588

2584

258C

2590

2580
 
E−
 
α
3B1
ß
DF
Γ
393
π
3C0
Σ
3A3
σ
3C3
µ
B5
τ
3C4
Φ
3A6
Θ
398
Ω
3A9
δ
3B4

221E
φ
3C6
ε
3B5

2229
 
F−
 

2261
±
B1

2265

2264

2320

2321
÷
F7

2248
°
B0

2219
·
B7

221A

207F
²
B2

25A0
 
A0

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