Re: Is there a UTF that allows ISO 8859-1?

Date: Fri Sep 04 1998 - 10:31:28 EDT

>From: "Alain" <>
>Date: Thu, 3 Sep 1998 05:00:50 -0700 (PDT)
>>Like Ken and some others, I think it's pretty cool that the
>>UTF-8 text could be shipped through different types of systems
>>using different editors without destroying its contents.
>>Sandra Martin O'Donnell
>Yes, when information is not filtered out and transfered intact, there is
>always hope that it can be read while one upgrades to a better viewing
>system at least (or processed correctly at another level, while the
>information is transformed without loss). If at least this data integrity
>feature could have been true before in all systems this would have solved=
> a
>lot of my problems with characters.
>I also think that this feature is great!
>Alain LaBonté

With an admitted slight bias, I think that it is a pretty cool great

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