William Tay wrote:
> I see dÃ©Ã§u and kã‚¹k respectively in Explorer. It seems
> that Windows is interpreting each byte as a character
> (using CP1252 on an English machine?).
> 2. I mounted a Linux directory, that contains the two files
> above, on Win NT and see that they are displayed as d├¬├ºu
> and kπé¦k in Explorer. Any explanation why they appear
> differently from what's above?
In this case, it interprets the bytes as per DOS code page 437 ("DOS
Western"). Probably, it sort of assumes that a Linux file system has the
same encoding as a DOS (FAT) file system.
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