Special Characters

Christopher R. Hertel crh at ubiqx.mn.org
Thu Nov 18 19:04:30 GMT 2004

On Thu, Nov 18, 2004 at 06:34:37PM +0100, Benjamin Riefenstahl wrote:
> Hi Andre,
> "Andre Weidner" writes:
> > (§, ASCII 167,
> <nitpick>
> ASCII only has the codepoints 0 to 127.  So codepoint 167 is by
> definition not ASCII.  It's actually in the Latin-1 range.
> </nitpick>

Actually, it all depends on the character encoding being used.  If you're 
using the OEM Charset then it depends on the DOS codepage in play.

Oh... and Microsoft doesn't use the standard Unicode sets either.  They've 
got their own, which are supersets of the Latin pages.  For example, 
there's the pesky windows-1252 charset.  Ugh.

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