[NTG-context] Problem with \doifelse testing of UTF-8 chars

Jaroslav Hajtmar hajtmar at gyza.cz
Thu Apr 22 22:17:26 CEST 2010

Will help you, when I send you my CSV file? I dont now what you think 
when you writing, that
you want "actual input". Code 6D00 is twobyte code of UTF-8 character 
"m"... When I switch to CP1250 encoding, then  onebyte code of "m" 
character  is 6D.
If need arises then I make any minimal example from my relatively big 

Dne 22.4.2010 21:59, Taco Hoekwater napsal(a):
> Jaroslav Hajtmar wrote:
>> Hello.
>> Thank for your advise.
>> I was tried your example, but it is not working unfortunately too.
>> I previwed CSV file -  it is UTF-8 encoding and hexa code of "m" 
>> character is 6D00. This mean that "m" char is byte coding isnt it?
> The hex codes of all your 'm'-s in the email messages are 6D,
> which is UTF-8 for the ASCII m. Sorry, please post a proper
> example, I don't think we can help without actual input.
> Best wishes,
> Taco

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