fgouget at free.fr
Mon Aug 29 11:57:12 CDT 2011
On Sun, 28 Aug 2011, Shachar Shemesh wrote:
> Yes. It's called "type". Take a Hebrew text stored in a Windows 1255 encoded file, and "type
> file", see what happens. The order, if I understand this correctly, will be logical.
The Windows 7 console does not even support displaying the Hebrew
characters. My understanding is that this is because the only fonts it
lets you pick are lacking the required characters.
I tested this by creating a Unicode file with notepad (which displayed
everything fine, in Windows 7), containing:
The first line was ok but the second one was either question marks or
squares. The only fonts Windows will let me pick are 'Consolas', 'Lucida
Console' and 'Raster Fonts'.
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