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 Windows-1252 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In fact Windows uses ANSI to refer to the system's ANSI code page, which will be 1252 only in the English versions and in some other Western European locale versions.
The following table shows Windows-1252, with changes from ISO-8859-1 highlighted:
This encoding is known to Windows by the code page number 1252, IANA-approved name windows-1252.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Windows-1252   (234 words)

  
 A tutorial on character code issues
Windows code page 1252, to be exact) uses some of those positions for printable characters.
In the Windows character set, some positions in the range 128 - 159 are assigned to printable characters, such as "smart quotes", em dash, en dash, and trademark symbol.
For the Office software on Windows systems, there is a free add-in available for this:
www.cs.tut.fi /~jkorpela/chars.html   (13629 words)

  
 On the use of some MS Windows characters in HTML
On the other hand, browsers running in Windows environment usually treat documents according to the Windows encoding, if the server does not specify the encoding or if the encoding is specified to be ISO 8859-1.
The so-called MS Windows character set, or Windows Latin 1, contains, in addition to ISO Latin 1 (ISO 8859-1) characters, some special characters like em dash, trademark symbol, and asymmetric quote characters.
Although the Windows encoding is very widely used, it might not understood by browsers running under other than Windows systems.
www.cs.tut.fi /~jkorpela/www/windows-chars.html   (3271 words)

  
 A description of QWERTY keyboard driver
To read the page you need the font named Lucida Sans Unicode, available on Windows 98 SE and Windows Millennium systems.
All the 7-bit coded ASCII characters are obtained by pressing a key of the alphanumeric block of the keyboard either alone or with contemporary pressing of the Shift key.
Remark: A brief description of achieving national characters is available here.
grzegorj.w.interia.pl /keyboard/qwerty/descr.html   (343 words)

  
 =?windows-1252?Q?Can=92t_access_shared_folders_in_work?==?windows-1252?Q?group?=
Computer B is running Windows Me. Computer C is running Windows 95.
Windows 98, ME, and 95 do not encrypt the passwords.
Windows 2000 and XP encrypt the passwords; however, if I remember correctly,
forums.techarena.in /archive/index.php/t-44439.html   (1848 words)

  
 Palm Pilot Character Sets And Unicode Mappings
The Palm Pilot character set is based on Windows codepage 1252 (english devices) or Windows codepage 932 (japaneese devices).
All lower bytes (0x20--0x7F) are the same except for code 0x5C which is a Yen symbol on japaneese devices, and a backslash on any other devices.
Has been moved to the Symbol font but still appears here as of PalmOS 3.3
www.df.lth.se /~triad/krad/recode/palm.html   (472 words)

  
 PS sub
With its streamlined and simplified set-up, Windows 98 is generating only about a third as many support calls as Windows 95 did when it launched.
Still, we want to call attention to a few simple steps customers can take to prepare their systems for installing Windows 98.
, sign me up for a free subscription to the Microsoft Windows 98 Installation Advice Site (Updated daily).
www.sonic.net /~goodrow/test/directory/SiteDirectory.fxf   (1099 words)

  
 Component @mozilla.org/intl/unicode/encoder;1?charset=windows-1252
Home > References > XPCOM Reference > 1252
Everything you need to know about XUL all in one place.
www.xulplanet.com /references/xpcomref/comps/c_intlunicodeencoder1charsetwindows1252.html   (38 words)

  
 Java Forums - Difference between windows-1252 and utf-8
If image name consists of japanese chars will it display with windows 1252
When I change encoding to windows-1252 it displays on NS7.
Mar 17, 2005 11:06 PM (reply 1 of 4)
forum.java.sun.com /thread.jspa?threadID=608049&tstart=0   (191 words)

  
 SAS-L archives -- September 2002, week 4
Re: How to detect SAS.EXE version via Windows File Property ?
How to detect SAS.EXE version via Windows File Property ?
Re: Memo: output window 2 file (62 lines)
www.listserv.uga.edu /cgi-bin/wa?A1=ind0209d&L=sas-l   (2771 words)

  
 Windows-1252 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In fact Windows uses ANSI to refer to the system's ANSI code page, which will be 1252 only in the English versions and in some other Western European locale versions.
Many web browsers treat ISO-8859-1 as Windows-1252 (the extra control codes in ISO-8859-1 are forbidden in HTML anyway), and so codes from it are often seen in web pages that declare their encoding as ISO-8859-1.
This encoding is known to Windows by the code page number 1252, IANA-approved name Windows-1252.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Windows-1252   (2771 words)

  
 Code Page 1252 Includes New Characters
The new code page 1252 is a modified version of the original code page 1252 used in Microsoft Windows 95 and Microsoft Windows NT 4.0.
This article describes the changes to code page 1252 used in Windows 98 and Windows 2000.
Code page 1252 is used for all Western European languages.
support.microsoft.com /support/kb/articles/Q197/3/68.ASP   (2771 words)

  
 X Windows fonts for MS Windows by Lars C. Hassing
But the Danish characters were wrong, and I realized that the font must be encoded in the code page used by the command window (typically 850) in stead of the normal Windows code page 1252.
Some users have requested a Terminal font with code page 1252 encoding rather than code page 850 for use when the Terminal window is primarily used for communication with Unix systems, so here are the two terminal fonts in code page 1252.
I could then use the font I was used to from the xterm in Visual Studio and other Windows programs.
www.hassings.dk /lars/fonts.html   (608 words)

  
 ISO 8859-1 Latin 1 and Unicode characters in ampersand entities
MS-Windows uses a superset of ANSI/ISO 8859-1, known to experts as "Code Page 1252 (CP1252)", a Microsoft-specific character set with additional characters in the 128-159 range (also known as the "C1" range).
The Windows "ANSI" or Code Page 1252 character set has been updated so that the character ALT-0128 represents the Euro currency symbol (Unicode character and#8364;).
Official Microsoft documentation on Windows Code Page 1252 is at http://www.microsoft.com/globaldev/reference/sbcs/1252.htm.
www.pemberley.com /janeinfo/latin1.html   (608 words)

  
 Martin’s Codepage 1252 Hack
Martin’s Codepage 1252 Hack allows the Symbol codes (U+F020-U+F0FF) to be converted to 8-bit data via the codepage of the data (usually cp_1252) by adding mappings for the Symbol code range back to normal ASCII values.
Perhaps a safer solution is to use the Symbol-encoded font to codepage 1252 transliterator.
Do not attempt to use on Windows 2000 or Windows XP as it reportedly crashes those systems.
scripts.sil.org /cms/scripts/page.php?site_id=nrsi&item_id=CodePage1252&_sc=1   (608 words)

  
 msg00660.html
Previous by thread: [mew-int 01580] Re: windows 1252
Next by thread: [mew-int 01833] Re: windows 1252
www.mew.org /ml/mew-int-3.1/msg00660.html   (608 words)

  
 Intel® Pentium® 4 Processor With Hyper-Threading Technology Introduced At 3.2 GHz
The Pentium 4 Processor with HT Technology at 3.2 GHz delivers the world's highest Microsoft Windows* desktop processor performance as measured by SPEC CPU 2000 (compared to results published at http://www.spec.org/ as of June 17, 2003) with a SPECint*_base2000 score of 1221 and a SPECfp*_base2000 score of 1252.
Multitasking workloads benefit immediately when run under operating systems such as Microsoft Windows* XP or certain Linux* software.
Intel also is shipping boxed Intel Pentium 4 processors up to 3.2 GHz to Intel authorized distributors for system integrators worldwide.
www.intel.com /pressroom/archive/releases/20030623comp.htm   (608 words)

  
 Java Forums - Difference between windows-1252 and utf-8
If image name consists of japanese chars will it display with windows 1252
When I change encoding to windows-1252 it displays on NS7.
Mar 17, 2005 11:06 PM (reply 1 of 4)
forum.java.sun.com /thread.jspa?threadID=608049&tstart=0   (608 words)

  
 msg00660.html
Previous by thread: [mew-int 01580] Re: windows 1252
Next by thread: [mew-int 01833] Re: windows 1252
www.mew.org /ml/mew-int-3.1/msg00660.html   (608 words)

  
 Mailgate: comp.std.internat: Re: jihad for the abolition of ASCII char. 96 as backquote
Certainly the proprietary Windows code page 1252 "smartquote" characters are not appropriate for Usenet messages, HTML files, or cross-platform plain-text files.
And in fact, code page 437 DOS-box fonts distributed with very recent releases of Windows operating systems still have aesthetic right closing quote glyphs for character 39 (as I mentioned in my previous post.
I have no objection to Unicode (more power to it), but I do very much have objections to taking away one of the points of typographical clarity from 7-bit-ASCII when it's still true that even after all these years none of the alternatives are yet solidly in place for cross-platform plain-text files.
mailgate.supereva.it /comp/comp.std.internat/msg00748.html   (608 words)

  
 WCP 1252
Windows Code Page 1252 (Western / US Script)
www.hermessoft.com /newproject/codepages/wcp1252.html   (608 words)

  
 FAQTs - Knowledge Base - View Entry - How can I decode the windows - 1252 charset from a string? There is the convert_cyr_string function, but only accepts windows 1251 charset. ideas?
How can I decode the windows - 1252 charset from a string?
FAQTs - Knowledge Base - View Entry - How can I decode the windows - 1252 charset from a string?
There is the convert_cyr_string function, but only accepts windows 1251 charset.
www.faqts.com /knowledge_base/view.phtml/aid/1724   (608 words)

  
 A tutorial on character code issues
Windows code page 1252, to be exact) uses some of those positions for printable characters.
In such an approach, "glyph" is close to the concept of "character", except that a glyph may present a combination of several characters.
Consistency with the representative glyph does not require that the images be identical or even graphically similar; rather, it means that both images are generally recognized to be representations of the same character.
www.cs.tut.fi /~jkorpela/chars.html   (608 words)

  
 2002_225.txt
For some virii (and some Windows configurations), the operations performed to display the message in this window are enough to launch the virus and thus to infect your system.
I already download the example from the Compaq website which teaches me how to call Java code from C. But their example is for a C file and everything is build by CC and link.
No attachments, no double-clicking, etc. Most virii are coded to find a way to launch themselves on the target system of course, and the more subtle and the more widespread, the better...
mvb.saic.com /freeware/info-vax/2002_225.txt   (608 words)

  
 Windows Programming
This happened to me when a project was renamed, a new project was made with the original name, the new project included an exported class with a virtual destructor from the original project.
is defined for the class in code outside of the dll the class was defined in
Code Error Message and Description ----- ----------------------------- 12001 ERROR_INTERNET_OUT_OF_HANDLES No more handles could be generated at this time.
www.exogenesis.org /notes/windowsProgramming.html   (608 words)

  
 UTF-8 Unicode and ISO-8859-1
When using Latin-1, Windows (and Mac users) should stick to Official ISO Latin-1 and not use the Windows CP 1252 codepage, which is (lamentably) sometimes called "Latin-1".
Windows and Mac users are warned that they should stick to the Real Official ISO Latin-1 and not stray into additions allowed by Windows Latin-1 (CP 1252) and Macintosh Roman.
The Microsoft CP 1252 ("Windows Latin-1") has assigned these undefined codes to glyphs listed on their codepage CP 1252.
www.stanford.edu /~laurik/fsmbook/faq/utf8.html   (608 words)

  
 UTF-8 Unicode and ISO-8859-1
When using Latin-1, Windows (and Mac users) should stick to Official ISO Latin-1 and not use the Windows CP 1252 codepage, which is (lamentably) sometimes called "Latin-1".
Windows and Mac users are warned that they should stick to the Real Official ISO Latin-1 and not stray into additions allowed by Windows Latin-1 (CP 1252) and Macintosh Roman.
The Microsoft CP 1252 ("Windows Latin-1") has assigned these undefined codes to glyphs listed on their codepage CP 1252.
www.stanford.edu /~laurik/fsmbook/faq/utf8.html   (662 words)

  
 UTF-8 Unicode and ISO-8859-1
When using Latin-1, Windows (and Mac users) should stick to Official ISO Latin-1 and not use the Windows CP 1252 codepage, which is (lamentably) sometimes called "Latin-1".
Windows and Mac users are warned that they should stick to the Real Official ISO Latin-1 and not stray into additions allowed by Windows Latin-1 (CP 1252) and Macintosh Roman.
The Microsoft CP 1252 ("Windows Latin-1") has assigned these undefined codes to glyphs listed on their codepage CP 1252.
www.stanford.edu /~laurik/fsmbook/faq/utf8.html   (662 words)

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