Subject: LC_CTYPE for correct behavior of isprint()?
To: None <tech-userlevel@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Marc Baudoin <Marc.Baudoin@hsc.fr>
Date: 11/24/1996 11:30:11
I'm desperately trying to find the correct value of the LC_CTYPE
environment variable for isprint() to recognize ISO 8859-1 characters (it's
very useful for vi to print the characters instead of their hexadecimal
value). I've had a quick look at the source code for isprint() and it
seems the LC_CTYPE environment variable isn't used by any of the is*()
macros and functions.
Any way for isprint() to behave correctly for poor French people like me?
Marc Baudoin -=- <Marc.Baudoin@hsc.fr>
Hervé Schauer Consultants