currency signs

currency signs
valiutų ženklai statusas T sritis informatika apibrėžtis Specialieji ženklai, skirti valiutoms žymėti. Lietuvoje standartizuotose 8 bitų koduotėse yra šie ženklai: € euras, $ JAV doleris, ¢ centas, £ svaras sterlingų, ¤ neįvardytos valiutos ženklas. Unikode yra daugiau valiutos ženklų. Jiems skirtas kodų intervalas U+20A0 – U+20CF. Lietuviška standartinė klaviatūra, taip pat Europos valstybių klaviatūros turi euro ir JAV dolerio ženklus. Dauguma valiutų neturi specialiųjų ženklų. Litas taip pat neturi specialaus ženklo. Visos valiutos turi raidines santrumpas. Lito santrumpos yra Lt ir LTL. Tarptautiniuose atsiskaitymuose vartojamos trijų raidžių santrumpos, kurias apibrėžia standartas ISO 4217. atitikmenys: angl. currency signs; currency symbols

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