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Is it possible to set “locale” of a windows application to UTF-8?

We know here is an application called Applocale, which can change code page of non-unicode supported appliction , to solve text display problems. But there is a program that Right display Code Page ...
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iconv adding extra Shift-in 0x0F

we are using the below command to convert the codepage from utf8 to cp935 iconv filename -f utf8 -t Cp935 > out.filename the end file will be in Cp935 encoding for Chinese. At times this ...
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Alt code input does not work in Windows 8

I would like to input letters with accents using alt codes (alt key+num pad). However, when I type for example alt+133, I get a 'ů' character instead of an accent grave: 'à'. I use Windows 8 platform. ...
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How can I get Emacs to run correctly in a Windows console with codepage 65001 (UTF-8)?

When my codepage is set to 65001 (UTF-8) in a Powershell terminal, emacs -nw displays garbage. When the codepage is set to 437, emacs -nw works. I would like to be able to run emacs -nw (much quicker ...
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How to change console codepage? [duplicate]

How can I change codepage in console (Ctrl+Alt+Fn, not in terminal) to UTF8? I'm using ukrainian locale by default, so most programs have cyrillic symbols in their output, but they're displayed ...
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Why sometimes the codepage is invalid in console?

Well, Umm... I am a little furious with the codepages in Windows(R) console. My aim is to change default CP into specific CP in the console without rebooting. Sounds easy, right? In Win7, the ...
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Different Alt codes with the same codepage

Alt+0120 on my computer prints "H" on my computer but on my friend's computer prints "x". The chcp command on both computers returns 720 as default code page. Do you have any idea what is different ...