Displays the number of active console code pages, or changes the active console code pages for that console. If used without parameters, then chcp Displays the number of active console code pages.
Specify the code page. The following table lists all supported code pages and their countries (regions) or languages: code page Country (region) or language
four hundred and thirty-seven U.S.A
eight hundred and fifty Multilingual (Latin) I）
eight hundred and fifty-two Slavic (Latin) II）
eight hundred and fifty-five Cyrillic (Russian)
eight hundred and fifty-seven Turkish
eight hundred and sixty Portuguese
eight hundred and sixty-one Icelandic
eight hundred and sixty-three Canada – French
eight hundred and sixty-five Germanic languages
eight hundred and sixty-six Russian
eight hundred and sixty-nine Modern Greek
Displays help at the command prompt.
Only with Windows XP Install with OEM ( OEM) The code page can be displayed correctly in the command prompt window using raster font. Other code pages can be used in full screen mode or in TrueType The font is displayed correctly in the command prompt window.
Like in MS-DOS As in, you do not have to prepare a code page.
Starting a program assigned a new code page will use the new code page, but if it is in the program (except CMD. Exe) is started before assigning a new code page, the program will use the original code page.
To view the active code page settings, type:
The following message appears:
Active code page: 437
To change the active code page to 850 (Multilingual), type:
If the specified code page is invalid, the following error message is displayed:
Invalid code page