by Michael S. Kaplan, published on 2005/09/12 23:40 -04:00, original URI: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/michkap/archive/2005/09/12/464327.aspx
Late last month, I suggested that you probably don't want to use Microsoft's code page 20269 and then I explained why. Just after that, I had a few choice words about the limitations of code page 1258.
Well, here we go again....
The details? Well, the reason is described by Shawn Steele in a post he did a while ago entitled Code Page 21027 "Extended/Ext Alpha Lowercase".
Though if you have tried using it you are likely already convinced that you must have been drunk at the time or something.... :-)
No Unicode character was willing to sponsor this post
I suspect they are all bitter about the inappropriate treatment of U+ff87 and U+ff78 (Battered Character Syndrome is no laughing matter)
2008/09/14 Johab to be kidding me!
2006/04/22 Dial 911, code page 864 isn't breathing
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