Jul 18, 2011 at 2:37pm
I tried to feed the output of [key] into [atoi] but noticed that for ascii > 128, key puts its data out in unicode decimal format whereas atoi expects input in utf-8 format. Since I couldn’t find an object that took care of the conversion, I quickly wrote my own which I’d like to share with you (requires Jasch’s multisplit). At the same time, I’m wondering whether someone has done this before and would appreciate a pointer.
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Jul 19, 2011 at 3:05pm
The thread entitled “extended ascii, wrong values with atoi” ends with my stab at a solution. IMS, factory objects only (not even any Litter Power, which is a bit unusual for me;-)
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