strange char translation from intel to ppc
m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com
Thu Oct 9 03:59:30 CDT 2008
Since those characters 29 and 30 are lower ASCII, there shouldn't be
any encoding problems. Do you want to send me a very simple, very
small stack that shows the same problem?
For whatever it is worth,
put numtochar(30) is mactoiso(numtochar(30))
I do indeed wonder whether non-alphanumerics can be used for keys of
arrays. I haven't looked this up, though. It seems to take more than a
few clicks to find this information.
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On 9 okt 2008, at 10:45, Bernard Devlin wrote:
> Bonjour Eric,
> I think the problem may be that I'm using these characters within
> the keys
> of an array, then storing the array as a custompropertyset. Whilst
> characters are not strictly alphanumeric, since they are ascii, I
> think there would be a problem. But perhaps because they are not the
> content of the array, there is still an isoToMac conversion going
> on. And
> since their numerical value is below 128, I think maybe they are being
> mis-translated as per the bug I referenced.
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