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On Tue, 6 Feb 2001, jbezos wrote:

> 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.

I agree. I think that using a ISO 8859-1 character in range (0x80--0x9F)
should create a warning or such, and not get silently replaced with the
CP1252 character.