The following tables list the character set encoding names and aliases that QuickFinder™ recognizes when indexing, searching, displaying, or printing files. This information is a subset of the character names registered by the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA).
Whenever possible, the items listed in the first column of each table are the preferred MIME names listed in the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) Character Sets registry. If a preferred MIME name is not available, items in the first column represent the primary registered names.
Items in the second column of each table are aliases that are sometimes used to identify that encoding.
Not all aliases exactly represent the parent encoding under which they are listed. In these cases, they overlap significantly enough to be handled identically by the various QuickFinder engines.
HINT:Character encodings appear in the exact case specified in the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) Character Sets registry. Some uses of these encodings are case sensitive. However, QuickFinder ignores the case of these encodings.