A 10:30 09/07/97 -0700, Rick McGowan a écrit :
Something very interesting came through from Alain LaBonté... A message
that claims to be
Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1"
but contains some bizarre control characters in two lines:
> As an example, in the MS-Windows 1252 code page, the French , and the
> Finnish , are already coded in what is known as the C1 space in ISO/IEC
In case that appears to be rendered "properly" for you, here's what I see,
> As an example, in the MS-Windows 1252 code page, the French ~^\, ~^L and the
> Finnish ~^Z, ~^J are already coded in what is known as the C1 space in
I would merely like to point out that the REAL content type of the message
is not ISO 8859-1, which contains no graphic characters in the "C1" range.
You're perfectly right.
That's exactly the point in making Latin 0. You understood everything.
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