From: Frank Ellermann (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Mar 14 2007 - 14:54:50 CST
Kenneth Whistler wrote:
> Au contraire, if you want to do stuff like this, then simply
> make use of:
> ESC 25 2F 49
> to announce use of UTF-8 *in* an ISO 2022 context, and be
> on your merry way using UTF-8 embedded *in* ISO 2022 data
Interesting, I didn't know that there's a "no return" switch
to UTF-8, I only knew ESC 25 42 to UTF-1.
Googling for "25 2F 49" I found a nice page:
Apparently there is (or was) also ESC 25 47 for UTF-8 (with
an unencoded "return option" ESC 25 40).
Does that mean that I could use CSI ESC 5B "as is" in UTF-8
(within a 2022 context), but for CSI 9B I'd use C2 9B ?
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