On Mon, Mar 24, 2014 at 05:16:39PM -0700, Chris Osborn wrote: >I keep wondering if someone hasn't already come up with a PETSCII to >Unicode mapping that's two-way. Last time I looked, some glyphs were missing from Unicode. Looking this time, the box-drawing characters in the U+2500 range seem to contain most things. I do not think that the control codes (colour selection, ctrl-r, ctrl-R to switch reverse mode on/off, ctrl-n, ctrl-N to switch character sets, etc) can be converted to Unicode and back in a two-way fashion. If the files are straight text, you could convert it to ASCII using the tr command. tr is not compatible with multi-byte character encodings, though. Last but not least, speaking of PETSCII can be ambiguous. It could be the lower-case/upper-case character set, or the upper-case/graphics, or screen codes. Marko Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2014-03-25 07:00:03
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