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The Bureau of Indian Standards supports its own encoding standard, established by 1991 ([1]), which provides an 8-bit encoding using escape sequences to announce the language of the following coded character sequence. Modifications were proposed in 1997, but were not adopted. ([2], see "Annex A")

Indian Script Code for Information Exchange - ISCII (IS13194:1991)

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