Date: Sat, 23.06.12 07:21
a neat little test of utf-8
DS> Maybe that is because you do not want to see.
Here is what I do see;
@REPLY: 1:261/38.9 ff000096
@MSGID: 1:261/1466.0 4fe52bcc
That is all. Nothing there to indicate conformity to the document in question.
DS> codes with the most significant bit set.
There is no such thing as "extended ASCII". It is bogus. 8 bit characters
yes, "extended ASCII" no. It is that simple.
DS> e.g. Bj.rn, jalape.o, saut., ., etc.
Hm. Looks to be jibberish. If indeed you are using cp437 then it should
convert to; "Björn, jalapeño, sauté, ¼, etc." But then how would any app
know for sure?
DS> And now you are moving from being condescending to being rude.
I would apologize if I believed you would accept it. However my apology would
be insincere and I am sure you would see through it.
Life is good,
... Possunt quia posse videntur.
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