Collection of various files
Miscfiles is a collection of data files for airport codes, zip codes, a dictionary, and more.
- abbrevs.talk, abbrevs.gen — Some common abbreviations used in electronic communication
- airport — List of three letter codes for some major airports
- ascii — A map of the ascii character set
- bcp-index.txt — Best Current Practice indexes. Internet standardization documents
- birthtoken — Traditional stone and flower for each month
- cities.dat — geographic coordinates of many major cities
- connectives — English `connectives'; prepositions, pronouns, and the like
- countries — country abbreviations and names and capital cities
- currency — currency abbreviations and names
- fyi-index.txt — For Your Information indexes. Internet standardization documents
- GNU-manifesto — The GNU Manifesto
- inter.phone — International country telephone codes
- languages — two-letter codes for languages, from ISO 639-1
- latin1 — like `ascii'; describing the ISO Latin-1 character set
- mailinglists — Description of all the public Project GNU related mailing lists
- na.phone — North American (+1) telephone area codes
- na.postalcodes — postal codes for US states and Canadian provinces
- operator — Precedence table for operators in the C language
- propernames — Some common proper names
- rfc-index.txt — Request for comments indexes. Internet standardization documents
- std-index.txt — Standard indexes of internet standardization documents
- std-index.txt — Indexes of internet standardization documents
- top-level.domains — Top-level domains, based on IANA
- unicode — The official Unicode character set table
- web2 — Webster's Second International English wordlist
- web2a — Webster's Second Internations appendix english wordlist
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27 March 2001
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