character sets- missing feature?
alex at mindlube.com
Wed Oct 1 14:44:03 EDT 2003
On Wednesday, October 1, 2003, at 12:33 PM, Tuviah Snyder wrote:
> When you say Polish it maps to central european. Just like saying
> maps to shift-JIS with uniencode.
Aha! OK I'm starting to get it. uniEncode is a lot more powerful than I
thought. So we've got:
ANSI => ISO-8859
Polish => ISO-8859-2
But where can I learn about all the other ISO character set mappings
that uniEncode offers? The "language" parameter of uniEncode is kind of
For instance the open file dialog in TextEdit.app offers 4 different
encodings for "Arabic", 3 different encodings for "Thai", 4 different
encodings for "Greek", and so on.
Supposing all I know is the ISO-xxxx-x code, and I want to be able to
display it as unicodeText property, I'm not sure it's possible with the
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