Date: Thu Oct 09 2003 - 09:06:44 CST
> The Euro symbol is available, and should be displayed correctly if you
> have a suitable font, in CP1252 and ISO-8859-1 which are the usual
> legacy encodings used in the UK - and of course in Unicode.
The Euro symbol is not in ISO 8859-1, it is however in ISO 8859-15 and ISO 8859-16. It was added to CP1252 after the inital specification of CP1252 and hence some systems may not render it correctly (especially since the update may have seemed a pointless install to some outside of the jurisdictions in which the Euro is legal tender).
I think the question though is how to get some particular locale system to use that symbol as the default currency character.
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