Ar 13:50 -0800 1998-01-08, scríobh Alain LaBonté :
>Somebody wants to know if it is pragmatically possible today to use Windows
>95 tools in Japan to do French, Japanese and English at once in an plain
>English-language Novell environment. I suggested at first that they switch
>to Windows NT. What is the optimum solution to their problem so they can do
>that (by using UNICODE, I guess) ?
The easiest thing to do is use a Macintosh. :-) Ever without Unicode, my
Mac understands Latin, Greek, Cyrillic, Armenian, Georgian, Japanese,
Arabic, Hebrew, and Inuktitut.
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