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thanks ! I can now display chinese characters

This works, and should seem pretty obvious to some, alas not to me :(
- first insure that the OS has all the fonts loaded in
- *.pyc versions of the codecs should be in lib/encodings

For my needs, unichr(x) where x is a number from the Unicode map like
0x4e34 works for me.

Dennis

Jul 18 '05 #1
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