Tue Sep 13 22:31:49 CEST 2005
Gary Corcoran <gcorcoran at rcn.com> writes:
>> But sincerely, I don't undertand why option keys can't just be
>> enforced as ascii 7-bit clean?
> I also don't see any reason why they can't simply be 7-bit ASCII,
> otherwise known as IRA - the International Reference Alphabet.
> Also note that the ISO 8859-x character sets (locales?) are
> (as far as I recall) compatible in the first 128 characters
> with IRA/ASCII.
Yes, I believe they are, as are all commonly used multi-byte character
sets, such as sjis, iso-2022 variants, euc-kr, and whatnot.
mru at inprovide.com
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