Apparently SSIDs can contain UTF-8 chars and also control characters etc. IIUC to contain UTF-8 chars they must specify the SSIDEncoding field. I was under the impression that I can only get ASCII bytes till now.
How should I handle the situation in Android ? Namely, how can I check the SSIDEncoding field from the ScanResult ? Do I need to ?
QT applications are deleting non-latin characters from ISO-8859 encoded files on my Gentoo system. Actually I'm trying to merge two German files with KDiff3 and P4Merge (making "Whlen" out of "Wählen"). Both tools don't display the Umlauts and when the file is saved, they also disappear in the file.
My window originally was 80 chars wide, and when I C-x 3 I have to windows both 40 chars wide. Is it possible that when you split the window it automatically widens the whole program so that both windows are 80 chars wide. I'm tired to resizing window every time.
The same applies to C-x 2 when I need two windows both 24 chars tall.
In a Linux console when a C program asks for a string (i.e. username) how can I insert non-printable chars?
I search something better then
printf '\x48\x83\xc4\x50\x48\xbf\x3d...etc' | ./myProgram.bin
./myProgram.bin < dataFile
I prefer to type chars when needed but I don't know how to write non-printable ones.