I am using gVim on Windows Vista Business which has full (normal)
To examine the output files, I set "enc=utf-8" and the guifont to
Tony Mechelynck wrote:
> msing...@hkstar.com wrote:
>> I am playing with CSV files with Chinese contents. Windows (Excel)
>> VIM converted utf-8:
>> 00040b0: 7169 3320 796f 6e67 3120 28c3 a5c2 91c2 qi3 yong1 (.....
>> Notepad converted utf-8:
>> 0004090: 7169 3320 796f 6e67 3120 28e5 91a8 e595 qi3 yong1 (.....
>> As can be seen, English characters are fine, but Chinese characters
> . . .
> :set encoding?
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