• exactly the same but totally different

    From Maurice Kinal@1:18/200 to Maurice Kinal on Fri Apr 12 16:10:22 2019
    Maurice Kinal wrote to Maurice Kinal:

    It's all fun and games until someone loses an ì.

    As you can see it isn't utf8. If it was then this would be the same -> ??

    I cannot tell what the above is and only see two question marks. We'll see what happens when it gets to where it matters. ;-)

    Life is good,
    Maurice

    Greetings, Maurice Kinal

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  • From Maurice Kinal@1:153/7001.2989 to Maurice Kinal on Fri Apr 12 20:29:39 2019
    Hey Maurice!

    If it was then this would be the same -> ??

    No such luck and note "CHRS: UTF-8 4" kludge is set. I am wondering if that is
    just joe or would it be the same no matter what. One thing for sure is that the CHRS kludge is totally bogus and here is more evidence to that fact. Kids these days, eh?

    Life is good,
    Maurice

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  • From Carol Shenkenberger@1:275/100 to Maurice Kinal on Sat Apr 13 12:02:53 2019
    Re: exactly the same but totally different
    By: Maurice Kinal to Maurice Kinal on Fri Apr 12 2019 04:10 pm

    It's all fun and games until someone loses an ì.

    As you can see it isn't utf8. If it was then this would be the same -> ??

    I cannot tell what the above is and only see two question marks. We'll see what happens when it gets to where it matters. ;-)

    I see (and quoted) something that looks like a conjoined egyptian hyroglyh?

    Could be 5 characters with a period at the end.

    xxcarol
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