Posted by: PrinzHilde
Hmmm...what encoding do you mean?
Actually, I think you are wrong on two counts. First, you left out the last zero. There are actually nine bits there.
So, second, if it was a code for a letter, it would have to be two complete bytes, i. e. 2×8 bits, like this:
As the first byte is no character but a control code, this cannot be meant to be two letters. Instead, this is the sort of encoding that is used for Unicode
, and the letter would be a small j with a caron
. Unfortunately, I can see no way to represent that letter here, as the Phorum software does seem to use (8-bit) ISO 8859-1 encoding only.
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