Nations have various codes that they use to identify themselves in various media. To avoid any confusion (role-playing or otherwise), it is suggested that nations do not use the same code. Please see the "Sorted By Code" section to make sure your intended code is not already taken before making any changes to this article or any of the subpages.
Types of Nation Codes
This section outlines the various subpages related to this main article. For disputes pertaining to this section as well as answers to general questions, please see Talk:Nation codes.
- Airport codes
- Main article(s): List of international airports
- Carplate codes
- Main article(s): List of carplate codes
- Currency codes
- Main article(s): List of currency codes
- International phone codes
- Main article(s): List of international phone codes
- International sports codes
- Main article(s): List of international sports codes
- Nation codes
Main article(s): Nation Codes
- Passport codes
- Main article(s): List of Passport Codes
- Main article(s): List of TLDs
Nation codes are used to identify a nation in a shortened form. Many nations consider the ISO standard in NationStates to be four letter codes; however, some nations prefer to deviate from this standard and use shorter or longer codes. Consequently, some nations do not recognize codes that are not four letters long.