International characters in email (NB boring and irrelevant)

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Message 24730 · 2 Feb 2001 15:59:00 · Fixed-width font · Whole thread

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They are ASCII characters 192-255 in "HTML" ASCII, or IBM Extended=20
ASCII...both of which contain 128 extra characters. Unless someone is using=20=
a=20
7-bit system, these should be able to be seen.

>> Wrong. ASCII contains no accents and no accented characters.
There are however at least a dozen different character sets which
have ASCII as a proper subset, and and include accented characters
as well.

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Sl=E0inte mhath, h-uile latha, na ch=EC 'snach fhaic. Sl=E0inte mh=F2r.
Re=E0bhdtherf=F2rd Beurach MacIain =E0 Na Sti=F9bhartaich

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