Re: IP ranges used in North America, Hawaii, and Alaska?
- From: Bill Marcum <bmarcum@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 19 Jan 2006 12:22:43 -0500
On Thu, 19 Jan 2006 00:26:47 -0600, spm
> Thanks for any clues ... don't know what to believe anymore ... and another
> thing ... how come the default setting for encoding is now Western European
> ISO ... with US or United States or North America or US English or whatever
> it used to be no longer listed? Things are mighty strange these days ...
If you are thinking of "us-ascii", that is a subset of the ISO and UTF-8
character sets, which has no encoding for accentéd letters or for
currency signs other than $ (not even ¢). And, of course, most people
use Microsoft software and its default settings. Microsoft uses its own
character sets, but in email and newsgroups the message headers falsely
He who has the courage to laugh is almost as much a master of the world
as he who is ready to die.
-- Giacomo Leopardi
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