On 23 November 2012 18:42, waterlan <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Yongwei Wu schreef op 2012-11-23 11:18:
> On 23 November 2012 17:59, Erwin Waterlander <email@example.com>
>> Hi Yongwei,The "Uni" in Unicode is not so uni(versal) on Windows as on Linux. :(
>> That's correct. When the system locale is Simplified Chinese, and
>> active code page is 1252 (Western European), I can also output
>> characters in the console while the font is Lucida Console.
>> But when I change the system locale to English (United States) it
>> doesn't work any more. Then I get two squares for the Chinese
>> So Unicode in the console seems to work better with a Chinese system
> OK, Microsoft has a broken design. Maybe you should forget the
The console is still used a lot on Windows, but not by the majority.
What was said in this thread about the standard console for cmd.exe also
counts for the PowerShell console, which is also used a lot.
I use the command line a lot on Linux and tend to do that also on