From: Cristian Secarã (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun Oct 10 2004 - 20:01:04 CST
The bit notation in ISO-8859-x series of standards are noted b8 ... b1.
What notation is that ? Normally it should be b7 ... b0.
For example, in ISO-8859-15 there is a table that says that b1 equals
1. This is wrong: 2^1=2, not 1. It should be b0 instead, where 2^0=1.
The same mistake is in ISO-8859-14, the same in ISO-8859-14 and most
likely in all 8859 series.
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