charset-change - Convert buffer; between two character sets
charset-iso-to-user - Convert buffer; ISO standard to user character set
charset-user-to-iso - Convert buffer; user to ISO standard character set
charset-change opens a dialog allowing the user to select a From and To character set. If the Convert button is selected the current buffer is converted to the destination character set. The command assumes that the current buffer is written in the From character set, no attempt is made to verify this.
charset-iso-to-user converts the current buffer, assumed to be in ISO-8859-1 (Latin 1) font format, to the current user's character set (defined by user-setup(3)). This process typically corrects any foreign language display problems.
Conversely, charset-user-to-iso converts the current buffer from the user's character set to ISO-8859-1 (Latin 1), this is typically used for the transfer of text files between different systems.
charset-change, charset-iso-to-user and charset-user-to-iso are macros defined in langutl.emf.
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