> jbezos wrote:
> > Not at all. In latin1, character in the range 130--159
> > are assigned to control characters (and hence
> I wouldn't say it like that: the 128--159 range is reserved so that if
> some document pass through a buggy programm that strips the eight bit,
> then the resulting document doesn't have any extra control characters (in
> the 0--31 range) with some ``interesting'' properties.

Right. And because that, the ISO Standard states that
these characters "correspond to bit combinations that do not represent graphic characters". So, ansinew
is uncompatible with ISO 8859-1.

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