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Re: using the interfaces in ctype.h
>>> As a result those who live with iso-8859-* locales do not see this
>>> problem. These charsets just do not define 0xFF symbol.
>> Huh? 8859-1, possibly the most heavily used 8859-* set, puts LATIN
>> SMALL LETTER Y WITH DIAERESIS on 0xff.
> Ever used LATIN SMALL LETTER Y WITH DIARESIS? :)
Probably at least once. Not often, though - I don't know Dutch, which
is the major user I know of for ÿ. I've probably used ÿ more than I've
used, say, ª, though. And how useful it is is irrelevant in context;
the post I was responding to was claiming there wasn't anything defined
there, which is just _wrong_.
In passing, I really wish 8859-1 (and Unicode) had chosen a more
generally correct description of the two-dots "accent". ö, for
example, is usually o-with-diaeresis in English but o-with-umlaut in
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