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The European ordering rules (EOR / EN 13710), define an ordering for strings written in languages that are written with the Latin, Greek and Cyrillic alphabets. The standard covers languages used by the European Union, the European Free Trade Association, and parts of the former Soviet Union. It is a tailoring of the Common Tailorable Template of ISO/IEC 14651. EOR can in turn be tailored for different (European) languages. But in inter-European contexts, EOR can be used without further tailoring.

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  • The European ordering rules (EOR / EN 13710), define an ordering for strings written in languages that are written with the Latin, Greek and Cyrillic alphabets. The standard covers languages used by the European Union, the European Free Trade Association, and parts of the former Soviet Union. It is a tailoring of the Common Tailorable Template of ISO/IEC 14651. EOR can in turn be tailored for different (European) languages. But in inter-European contexts, EOR can be used without further tailoring. (en)
  • Den europeiska sorteringsordningen, eller ESO (EOR, "European ordering rules", på engelska) är en anpassning av ISO/IEC 14651 (Information technology -- International string ordering and comparison -- Method for comparing character strings and description of the common template tailorable ordering). ESO kan i sin tur anpassas för olika (europeiska) språk. Men i mellaneuropeiska sammanhang kan ESO:s sorteringsordning användas utan anpassning. (sv)
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  • The European ordering rules (EOR / EN 13710), define an ordering for strings written in languages that are written with the Latin, Greek and Cyrillic alphabets. The standard covers languages used by the European Union, the European Free Trade Association, and parts of the former Soviet Union. It is a tailoring of the Common Tailorable Template of ISO/IEC 14651. EOR can in turn be tailored for different (European) languages. But in inter-European contexts, EOR can be used without further tailoring. (en)
  • Den europeiska sorteringsordningen, eller ESO (EOR, "European ordering rules", på engelska) är en anpassning av ISO/IEC 14651 (Information technology -- International string ordering and comparison -- Method for comparing character strings and description of the common template tailorable ordering). ESO kan i sin tur anpassas för olika (europeiska) språk. Men i mellaneuropeiska sammanhang kan ESO:s sorteringsordning användas utan anpassning. (sv)
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  • European ordering rules (en)
  • Europeiska sorteringsordningen (sv)
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