***SPAM*** More on 'there is a file it' returning false for files w/ non-Western European chars

Mark Smith mark at maseurope.net
Tue Apr 15 22:39:40 EDT 2008


I suspect that they're double-byte UTF8 characters - and for extra  
tooth-grinding fun, macintosh and windows use different UTF-8 schemes  
for certain characters with diacritical marks....the details escape  
me, but it's ugly, of course :(

Best,

Mark



On 16 Apr 2008, at 02:00, Ken Ray wrote:
>
>> Name a dummy file čů.txt  In case this does not render correctly  
>> in the QC
>> Center system, those first two characters in the example name are
>> č : small c with caron
>> ů : small u with ring above
>
> What ASCII values are those two characters?
>
> Just curious to see if that might help us come up with a
> workaround/solution...
>
>
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