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As a test, I tried this:

C:\Users\Kolink>choice /C `
ERROR: Invalid choice. The valid choice characters are: a-z, A-Z, 0-9 and ASCII values of 128 to 254.

How exactly would I add ASCII values in the range 128-254 to my list of choices, and how would they be chosen by the user?

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An example would be Ç:

choice /c YÇ
[Y,Ç]

This can be generated by holding Alt and typing 128 on the numeric keypad. However, some keyboards may have this more accessible, particularly where the character is used in their language.

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