2126Re: The challenge
- Jun 21, 2007I had the same problem until I switched to Unicode encoding. However,
one of the points of ISO8601 is that it only uses characters which are
part of a basic ASCII subset, so why is this necessary?
I'm still pretty unclear on what we are being challenged to do.
--- In ISO8601@yahoogroups.com, "piebaldconsult" <PIEBALDconsult@...>
> Many of those characters didn't come across properly. But it sure
> an uphill battle, good luck.
- << Previous post in topic Next post in topic >>