ISO-2022-JP in e-mail (was Re: Unicode bar codes)

From: Edward Cherlin (
Date: Sun May 13 2001 - 02:58:39 EDT

At 9:32 PM -0700 5/11/01, =?ISO-2022-JP?B?GyRCJEYkcyRJJCYkaiRlJCYkOBsoQg==?=

[ǟǫǧǓǧǏ <>]
><x-charset ISO-2022-JP>

Could you use UTF-8, please?

Does anyone else here know how to get Japanese mailers to behave
better for participating in this discussion?

>Will the Unicode bar codes have a built-in encoding so you won't
>have to waste your time trying to tell big-endian from little-endian
>or UTF-8 or whatever?
>I mean, if I have a $B2V(B, is it just "a $B2V(B is a $B2V(B
>is a $B2V(B" or do I need extra info to tell it's not a $B@P(B
>or something?

ǏǓǧǢǡǷ or perhaps \Ƿ



Edward Cherlin Generalist "A knot!" exclaimed Alice. "Oh, do let me help to undo it." Alice in Wonderland

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