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2.1.3 Standard Characters

All implementations must support a character repertoire called standard-char; characters that are members of that repertoire are called standard characters.

The standard-char repertoire consists of the non-graphic character newline, the graphic character space, and the following additional ninety-four graphic characters or their equivalents:

Graphic ID Glyph Description Graphic ID Glyph Description
LA01 a small a LN01 n small n
LA02 A capital A LN02 N capital N
LB01 b small b LO01 o small o
LB02 B capital B LO02 O capital O
LC01 c small c LP01 p small p
LC02 C capital C LP02 P capital P
LD01 d small d LQ01 q small q
LD02 D capital D LQ02 Q capital Q
LE01 e small e LR01 r small r
LE02 E capital E LR02 R capital R
LF01 f small f LS01 s small s
LF02 F capital F LS02 S capital S
LG01 g small g LT01 t small t
LG02 G capital G LT02 T capital T
LH01 h small h LU01 u small u
LH02 H capital H LU02 U capital U
LI01 i small i LV01 v small v
LI02 I capital I LV02 V capital V
LJ01 j small j LW01 w small w
LJ02 J capital J LW02 W capital W
LK01 k small k LX01 x small x
LK02 K capital K LX02 X capital X
LL01 l small l LY01 y small y
LL02 L capital L LY02 Y capital Y
LM01 m small m LZ01 z small z
LM02 M capital M LZ02 Z capital Z

Figure 2.3: Standard Character Subrepertoire (Part 1 of 3: Latin Characters)

Graphic ID Glyph Description Graphic ID Glyph Description
ND01 1 digit 1 ND06 6 digit 6
ND02 2 digit 2 ND07 7 digit 7
ND03 3 digit 3 ND08 8 digit 8
ND04 4 digit 4 ND09 9 digit 9
ND05 5 digit 5 ND10 0 digit 0

Figure 2.4: Standard Character Subrepertoire (Part 2 of 3: Numeric Characters)

Graphic ID Glyph Description
SP02 ! exclamation mark
SC03 $ dollar sign
SP04 " quotation mark, or double quote
SP05 ' apostrophe, or [single] quote
SP06 ( left parenthesis, or open parenthesis
SP07 ) right parenthesis, or close parenthesis
SP08 , comma
SP09 _ low line, or underscore
SP10 - hyphen, or minus [sign]
SP11 . full stop, period, or dot
SP12 / solidus, or slash
SP13 : colon
SP14 ; semicolon
SP15 ? question mark
SA01 + plus [sign]
SA03 < less-than [sign]
SA04 = equals [sign]
SA05 > greater-than [sign]
SM01 # number sign, or sharp[sign]
SM02 % percent [sign]
SM03 & ampersand
SM04 * asterisk, or star
SM05 @ commercial at, or at-sign
SM06 [ left [square] bracket
SM07 \ reverse solidus, or backslash
SM08 ] right [square] bracket
SM11 { left curly bracket, or left brace
SM13 | vertical bar
SM14 } right curly bracket, or right brace
SD13 ` grave accent, or backquote
SD15 ^ circumflex accent
SD19 ~ tilde

Figure 2.5: Standard Character Subrepertoire (Part 3 of 3: Special Characters)

The graphic IDs are not used within Common Lisp, but are provided for cross reference purposes with ISO 6937/2. Note that the first letter of the graphic ID categorizes the character as follows: L—Latin, N—Numeric, S—Special.