[fpc-pascal] national support
XHajT03 at mbox.vol.cz
Wed Jul 26 12:15:23 CEST 2006
Fria Martin Mgr wrote:
> I give additional details. I write programs for mathematical linguistics.
> Especially program for frequency dictionary of chosen text. I write text
> to the editor. The text is in Czech. It displays correctly in editor
> window , i.e. with diacritics. Then follows transformation into words. In
> program for frequency diactionary, which contains binary search I have
> usual read and write statements. When I send the result to the printer
> with write it is displayed incorrectly on the print output - the
> diacritics. I am working under Windows |X|P.
> What other details should I give for somebody to give me advice.
I guess this might be enough for somebody to try - I personally have
absolutely no idea what kind of charset is used/expected when printing via
Write(Ln) to Lst under Windows, but this shouldn't be difficult to check?
Do I understand it correctly that the screen output is OK now (as opposed
to your original post)?
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> [mailto:fpc-pascal-bounces at lists.freepascal.org] On Behalf Of Fria Martin
> Sent: Monday, July 10, 2006 2:21 PM
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> Subject: [fpc-pascal] national support
> I am enthusiastic user of Free Pascal. I want ask a question, if there in
> Free Pascal exist the support for national environment. In czech there are
> letters with diacritics. They are not displayed correctly on the screen
> and on the printer. In Windows there is code page 1250 for these signs. Is
> there something in Free pascal?
> Martin Fris
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