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sjis (and other) tables have explicit subchar mappings

Description

ibm-943 (shiftjis) and other encodings have ranges where a unicode value is
mapped explicitly to a single byte substitute character. In sjis, this is true
of the range U+0080 through U+00FF, including U+00A0 (nonbreaking space) and
U+00C9 (e with acute). Since the mapping is explicit, conversion to the
sub char is considered a successful conversion, and so no callback routine
or error value can be used. Furthermore, all of these .ucm's have

  1. (SUB) in the comment line which seems to indicate that they are known to be
    a substitute.

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tracCreated

Oct 14, 1999, 2:00 AM

tracReporter

srl@47f6d452943e0474

tracResolution

fixed

tracStatus

closed

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assess