IDLE, windows and non-us characters

Gilles Lenfant glenfant at
Thu Mar 13 19:49:07 CET 2003

"Svenne Krap" <usenet2002 at> a écrit dans le message de news:
t3h07vo4rnrcj81ducdfv918fqubljikie at
> Hi.
> I cannot enter non-us (i.e. the danish 'æ') characters in IDLE. Is
> something set up wrongly ?
> Svenne

(perhaps) you should check your system locales settings, and choose one that
fits your prefered language.
I think ISO-8859-1 fits with danish
I can insert french characters in IDLE like à, ç, é...
Means that IDLE is not limited to ASCII chars.


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