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From: John Delacour (JD@Eremita.demon.co.uk)
Date: Tue Oct 01 2002 - 04:08:51 EDT

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    At 10:08 pm +0200 30/9/02, Stefan Persson wrote:

    >Wrong:
    >
    >Yen (円) is U+5186, while yuan (元) is U+5143.
    >
    >"Yen" is an ancient "on" pronunciation for U+5186; today it's pronounced
    >"en."
    >
    >Stefan
    >
    >_____________________________________________________
    >Gratis e-mail resten av livet p www.yahoo.se/mail
    >Busenkelt!

    On an unrelated point of encoding -- wrong! You are sending a
    message in charset "UTF-8" with a signature containing an unconverted
    character from the Latin-1 charset. I don't use OE very often, but it
    looks as though you need to create a separate UTF-8 encoded signature
    file to attach to messages you send in UTF-8, since I doubt if any
    mailer is going to tolerate this mixture, and there is no way your OE
    can guess that your signature is iso-8859-1 encoded.

    JD

    PS. This message is _not_ sent with charset UTF-8



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