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Re^3: Weird encoding after grabing filenames
in thread Weird encoding after grabing filenames
Thank you very much that was waht i needed.
Allow me to ask this: Why only the path strings were plain ascii chars and the filenames were non-ascii which lead me to the extra use of Encode::from_to() to show it properly?
Does it has to do with the way(type of encoding) Vista encoded its filenames? And if this is the case here why encode the folders differently?
Because some characters are encoded the same in both ISO-8859-7 and UTF-8. So even though you program was buggy, you still happened to get some correct output.
Despite the "but", that doesn't contradict what I said. Those are characters that are encoded the same in both ISO-8859-7 and UTF-8.
Specifically, U+0020..U+007E are encoded the same in ASCII, ISO-8859-* and UTF-8.
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