This is an index of selected software interface standards, organized by category according to their level and the interface(s) they address.
Standards in this section address general-purpose high-level languages.
Standards in this section provide specifications for intermediate program representations.
This section lists broad-based standards addressing the interface between operating systems and applications.
Standards in this section specify elements of a (real or generic) machine-level processor instruction set and associated architecture elements.
This section is for standards that specify software-relevant elements of an input-output device or controller interface. Usually the interface is between system software and device hardware.
These standards specify codes and coding-systems for representing human-readable characters.
These standards define methods for representing basic information types that are "universal" rather than domain-specific.
This category is for standards that provide for the definition and interpretation of general graphic information. This is a specialized category, but included because of its broad applicability.
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