19402[Clip] Re: Unicode conversion (Previously on Basic list)
- Jul 7, 2009--- In email@example.com, "John Shotsky" <jshotsky@...> wrote:
>You probably meant non-breaking spaces which are hex A0. Unless they show as question marks when opened in the normal way, they are within the 256 ansi-supported characters.
> I found a new problem with these files - there are non-printing
> spaces in it. I see printing spaces and CR's, but these are
> apparently a high-order space which simply looks like a space but
> isn't an ASCII space. If I copy and search for it, it finds them,
> but the search window shows only a blank, not the code that it
> represents. Is there any way to determine the code for a given
> character, so I could build a clip to replace it with an ASCII
> version? If not, I can make the replace work with a copied
> version, but that's not very obvious when reviewing it later.
You can see what it is (in hex) by highlighting it and running this clip:
You can replace (in the current document) all non-breaking spaces with normal spaces using:
^!Replace "\xA0" >> "\x20" RAWS0
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