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Chcp

Bijgewerkt: september 2007

Van toepassing op: Windows Server 2008, Windows Vista

Changes the active console code page. If used without parameters, chcp displays the number of the active console code page.

For examples of how to use this command, see Examples.

Syntax

chcp [<NNN>]

Parameters

 

Parameter Description

<NNN>

Specifies the code page.

/?

Displays help at the command prompt.

The following table lists each supported code page and its country/region or language:

 

Code page Country/region or language

437

United States

850

Multilingual (Latin I)

852

Slavic (Latin II)

855

Cyrillic (Russian)

857

Turkish

860

Portuguese

861

Icelandic

863

Canadian-French

865

Nordic

866

Russian

869

Modern Greek

Remarks

  • Only the original equipment manufacturer (OEM) code page that is installed with Windows appears correctly in a Command Prompt window that uses Raster fonts. Other code pages appear correctly in full-screen mode or in Command Prompt windows that use TrueType fonts.

  • You do not need to prepare code pages (as in MS-DOS).

  • Programs that you start after you assign a new code page use the new code page. However, programs (except Cmd.exe) that you start before you assign the new code page use the original code page.

Examples

To view the active code page setting, type:

chcp

A message similar to the following appears:

Active code page: 437

To change the active code page to 850 (Multilingual), type:

chcp 850

If the specified code page is invalid, the following error message appears:

Invalid code page

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