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Re: unicode

From: Ben Pfaff
Subject: Re: unicode
Date: Sun, 24 Jul 2011 21:34:02 -0700
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Kees Varekamp <address@hidden> writes:

> It doesnt help though :-(
> Now i've got
> DATA LIST FILE='/home/kees/mnt/mro/Projects/Radar/J10158_Carpet/J10158/
> 0158chn.EXT' FIXED INTNR 1-8 ..
> This gives me lots of errors like this one for example:
> warning: Data for variable S1_1 is not valid as format F: Field contents are
> not numeric.
> Which makes me think that the multibyte characters are not correctly read,
> causing the data to be shifted. If I convert the file to ascii it reads OK,
> but then (obviously) the Chinese will be garbled.

It interprets the column positions as byte offsets within a line.
It's inconvenient and doesn't make sense to me, but that's
actually what SPSS does too, if I properly recall the results of
experiments I did a while back.
Ben Pfaff

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