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Oracle® Database Globalization Support Guide
10g Release 1 (10.1)

Part Number B10749-02
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2-1 Encoded Characters in the ASCII Character Set
2-2 7-Bit ASCII Character Set
2-3 lSO 8859 Character Sets
2-4 Examples of Oracle Character Set Names
2-5 Restrictions on Character Sets Used to Express Names
2-6 SQL Datatypes Supported for Encoding Schemes
2-7 Abstract Datatype Support for SQL Datatypes
3-1 Methods of Setting NLS Parameters and Their Priorities
3-2 NLS Parameters
3-3 Oracle Locale Variants
3-4 Date Formats
3-5 Time Formats
3-6 German Calendar Example: March 1998
3-7 First ISO Week of the Year: Example 1, January 1998
3-8 First ISO Week of the Year: Example 2, January 1999
3-9 Examples of Numeric Formats
3-10 Currency Format Examples
3-11 ISO Currency Examples
3-12 Character Sets that Support the Euro Symbol
4-1 Datetime Functions Designed for the DATE Datatype
4-2 Additional Datetime Functions
4-3 Datetime Format Parameters
5-1 Sample Glyphs and Their Major and Minor Sort Values
6-1 Unicode Character Sets Supported by the Oracle Database Server
6-2 Using a Unicode Database
6-3 Using Unicode Datatypes
6-4 Character Set Advantages and Disadvantages for a Unicode Database Solution
6-5 Character Set Advantages and Disadvantages for a Unicode Datatype Solution
6-6 Maximum Datatype Size
6-7 Comparison of LOB Datatypes for Document Storage
7-1 Oracle Database Access Products
7-2 Rules for Conversion Between Datatypes
7-3 OCI Character Set Conversions
7-4 Pro*C/C++ Bind and Define Data Conversion
7-5 OCI Driver Conversion Path
7-6 Thin Driver Conversion Path
7-7 Maximum SQL CHAR Bind Sizes
7-8 Expansion Factor and Maximum Bind Size for Common Server Character Sets
7-9 ODBC Implicit Binding Code Conversions
7-10 OLE DB Implicit Bindings
7-11 Server ODBC Unicode Datatype Mapping
7-12 OLE DB Datatype Mapping
8-1 Locale Resources Provided by the GDK
8-2 Mapping Between Common ISO Locales and IANA Character Sets
8-3 Locale Parameters Used in the GDK Framework
9-1 SQL Functions and Their Valid NLS Parameters
9-2 How the SUBSTR Functions Calculate the Length of a String
9-3 LIKE Conditions
10-1 OCI Functions That Return Locale Information
10-2 OCI String Manipulation Functions
10-3 OCI Character Classification Functions
10-4 OCI Character Set Conversion Functions
10-5 OCI Messaging Functions
11-1 Single-Byte and Multibyte Encoding
11-2 Issues During Recovery of a Migrated Database Schema
12-1 Possible Status of the Data Dictionary and Application Data
12-2 Possible Status of Data
13-1 Shift JIS User-Defined Character Ranges
13-2 Oracle Character Sets with User-Defined Character Ranges
A-1 Oracle Supported Languages
A-2 Oracle Supported Messages
A-3 Oracle Supported Territories
A-4 Asian Language Character Sets
A-5 European Language Character Sets
A-6 Middle Eastern Character Sets
A-7 Universal Character Sets
A-8 Subset-Superset Pairs
A-9 US7ASCII Supersets
A-10 Languages and Character Sets Supported by CSSCAN, LCSSCAN, and GDK
A-11 Monolingual Linguistic Sorts
A-12 Multilingual LInguistic Sorts
A-13 Supported Calendar Systems
A-14 Time Zone Names
A-15 Obsolete Linguistic Sorts in Oracle Database 10g
A-16 New Names for Obsolete Character Sets
B-1 Unicode Character Code Ranges for UTF-16 Character Codes
B-2 Unicode Character Code Ranges for UTF-8 Character Codes