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*'''Transliteration B''': This is a less detailed form of transliteration, without taking into account accents or breathings. Transliteration B was based on Medium diacritics.
*'''Transliteration C''': This is a form typically used in [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Greeklish Greeklish]. Transliteration C was based on Low diacritics.
*'''Beta Code''': This is a format used by scholars so that they can type easily polytonic Greek on a Latin keyboard. Beta Code was based on Medium diacritics. Usually, Beta Code is represented in all caps (and resulting polytonic capitals are differentiated with an asterisk before the letter) but Perseus uses a lowercase representation which I consider more succinct. More about [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beta_Code Beta Code] and a [http://www.translatum.gr/converter/beta-code.htm Beta Code to Unicode converter and type tool].