printing Unicode characters during telnet session

vincent wehren v.wehren at home.nl
Tue Jun 24 21:42:16 CEST 2003


"Pekka Niiranen" <pekka.niiranen at wlanmail.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
news:bda6re$uts$1 at news1.songnet.fi...
> Hi,
>
> I have a multiuser script, that I would like to convert to Python.
> The users open simultaneous telnet -sessions from win2000 to
> an unix machine and possibly edit unicode textfiles. Currently users
> use vi and more, but I would like to add unicode support to the script.
> I would not like to force them to open X-sessions in order to show
> Multilanguage characters.
>
> Should I create python shell or is there any other way ?
> Python's "print" does not seem to work for all characters :(

What do you mean? For which characters doesn't the print statement work?

Vincent Wehren
>
> Do not bother to point me to the existing FAQ and tutorials, because
> they do not provide solutions for this problem (searched whole day
> allready).
>
> -pekka-
>






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