On Tue, 20 Nov 2001 15:59:07 +0000 (GMT), in perl.unicode you wrote:
b. One file worked fine, but for another it converted the Chinese
data to different Chinese data.
Did you see any correlation between the code points? Like, say, turning
4567 into 6745?
Can you give an example of "before" and "after" data?
PS: Does anyone know of - even an odd looking - Fixed pitch Unicode font
including Western European, CJK, Cyrillic and Greek glyphs (ie: most Left
to Right data) ? It's not for an end-user, it's for techies like myself,
so it doesn't need to be brilliant, just more distinctive than a set of
squares or blocks !
I think MS Mincho (that came with Japanese language pack for MSIE 3.0, I
think) is fixed-width and has Western, Cyrillic, and Greek glyphs --
and, of course, a large assortment of CJK. But I've only used it for CJK
so I can't say for sure.