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Re: International characters in atoms

From: Lindsey Spratt
Subject: Re: International characters in atoms
Date: Tue, 8 Apr 2003 13:51:09 -0500

On Tuesday, April 8, 2003, at 03:34  AM, Thomas Moraitis wrote:

I tried GNU Prolog on a Pentium IV PC (I installed it with the downloaded binary) and on an iMac G4 800 (via XGP). In both cases it seems that I cannot use international characters (ASCII codes above 127 or Unicode) in atoms. On the PC certain characters are not even accepted as input from the keyboard. On the mac I can type them in through the XGP interface but the queries don't give any result. Are there plans to allow the use of extended character sets in atoms?

I can speak to the XGP issue: XGP does not yet support international characters, it only works with low ASCII. The next release of XGP may work better in this respect (provisionally it will use UTF8 encoding).

Lindsey Spratt

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