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> Editor And Ansi 1252, Who can read it?
Snake
post Dec 5 2006, 12:18 AM
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Hi!

I'm working with plain text files repeatedly. This files are written on Windows with ANSI 1252. If I open this files with ZEditor or Hancom Word on my C1000, all special characters are broken.
Is there an editor that can read ANSI 1252 encoded text files (and write as unicode or URF-8 an Zaurus)?

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Frank
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Meanie
post Dec 5 2006, 03:22 AM
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QUOTE(Snake @ Dec 5 2006, 06:18 PM)
Hi!

I'm working with plain text files repeatedly. This files are written on Windows with ANSI 1252. If I open this files with ZEditor or Hancom Word on my C1000, all special characters are broken.
Is there an editor that can read ANSI 1252 encoded text files (and write as unicode or URF-8 an Zaurus)?

Regards,
Frank
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I use yEdit for that.
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Snake
post Dec 6 2006, 03:30 AM
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Thx Meanie,

yedit looks realy good. smile.gif

But I only can change between 3 codes (ShiftJIS, EUC, JIS) - Who can I use unicode, UTF-8 and/or other codepages like 1252?

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Frank
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