the print statement
kent at kentsjohnson.com
Sun May 7 19:07:36 CEST 2006
mirandacascade at yahoo.com wrote:
> Thank you. Yes, that post answers most of the questions. I now have a
> bit of an understanding of the \xhh pattern. It's still unclear to me,
> however, how one can go from the \x92 pattern and arrive at the
> apostrophe character. Is \x92 theh apostrophe character in another
> character set? If so, which character set?
\x92 is a right single quote in Windows cp1252.
More information about the Python-list