Re: Unicode conversion to normal asci file

From: Richard Wordingham (
Date: Thu Jun 07 2007 - 17:32:54 CDT

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    ----- Original Message -----

    > You must mean 7-bit ASCII, not ANSI (whatever that exactly means here).
    > FWIW, in "ANSI" (considering this to be either Windows cp-1252 or ISO
    > 8859-1) it would still be "último año de carrera" as equivalents of both
    > U+00FA and U+00F1 are present in it.

    Why should either of the latter be 'ANSI'? It's a term much abused as a
    character set name - on my PC it happens to mean ASCII + Thai + a few extra
    punctuation characters!


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