From: JFC (Jefsey) Morfin (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Jun 16 2005 - 12:41:34 CDT
At 18:53 16/06/2005, Mark E. Shoulson wrote:
>Check into "Quoted-Printable" format, also base64 encoding, UTF-7, and
>uuencode for that matter. People have been using formats of that sort to
>encode non-ASCII text for quite some time.
Sorry, I was not clear enough. I am looking for tables, practices, ..
permitting to number from 0 to 36 in different scripts. I suppose that in
most decimals (except 0 in a few cases?) are OK but what about the
G-Z(11-37) sequence. I suppose that Hexa are supported by most scripts,
what can give a starting point? But is there some adopted
practice/suggestion for G-Z? In google hexatridecimal has not many entries.
thank you for your help.
>JFC (Jefsey) Morfin wrote:
>>Would someone knows if work has been carried on the portability in
>>different scripts of hexatridecimal, i.e. numbers figured by 0-Z in ASCII
>>(10 figures + 26 characters). Treating ASCII sequences in protocols and
>>programs as numbers could simplify protocol multilingualisation.
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