From: Sam Steingold <sds@gn...> - 2000-04-04 17:28:44
when a string contains unicode characters it often cannot be printed.
can i arrange that such characters are printed as &#nnnn; (or #\unnnn)?
Sam Steingold (http://www.podval.org/~sds)
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From: Bruno Haible <haible@il...> - 2000-04-04 18:58:57
> when a string contains unicode characters it often cannot be printed.
> can i arrange that such characters are printed as &#nnnn; (or #\unnnn)?
The closest you can get is to print them as \uNNNN.
(setq *terminal-encoding* charset:java)
This encoding is known the "JAVA" encoding, but you can write Unicode
characters this way in C (ISO C 99) and C++ (ISO/ANSI C++) as well.
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