Mike Brown wrote on 2000-03-04 23:30 UTC:
> For some reason I was thinking that the C1
> controls were not part of 8859-1.
Neither the C0 nor the C1 controls are defined in either ISO 8859-1 or
ISO 646. The control characters are defined in ISO 6429 and ISO 2022.
You'll find online copies of all these standards on http://www.ecma.ch/
under the names ECMA-6, ECMA-48, ECMA-35, ECMA-94, etc.
> > > * in a hexadecimal notation: 0x212B
> > Has this 0x notation been previously defined to mean
> > hexadecimal notation ?
> It has been defined somewhere as being one of many notations
> for hexadecimal numbers. That's why I said "a" hexadecimal
> I actually spent about an hour searching for a definitive
> reference for that notation and came up with very little to
> show for my effort.
Your search ends here:
ISO 9899 The C programming language
-- Markus G. Kuhn, Computer Laboratory, University of Cambridge, UK Email: mkuhn at acm.org, WWW: <http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/~mgk25/>
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