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> Diez B. Roggisch wrote:
>>AFAIK iso-8859-1 has all codepoints taken - so you won't go beyond that
>>in your example.
> IIRC the range 128-159 (i.e. control codes with the high bit set)
> are unused.
ISO 8859-1 and ISO-8859-1 (extra hyphen) differ in that ISO-8859-1
includes the control codes in 128-159 (as well as the low control codes)
as defined by ISO 6429. ISO 6429 is not freely available online but the
equivalent ECMA standard ECMA 48 is:
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