Sets the encoding of the source document(s).
|Type & position:||command, preamble & main part|
|Description:||After this command, UDO expects text which has been written
using the selected encoding. To switch back to the system encoding,
use this command again with the system encoding name.|
Here is an overview about the available encoding names:
UDO supports various codepages for various systems. Below you see a list of all currently supported systems and codepages, some of which with multiple descriptors for the same codepage. It doesn't matter if you use these descriptors upper- or lowercase. (The descriptors base on the former UDO descriptors and on those supported by the Unix command iconv.)
Important: If you have used latin1 in your old UDO documents, you should switch it to e.g. cp1252 because UDO used to assign Windows codepage 1252 to it before version 7 which correctly assigns ISO-8859-1 to it!
|Exists since:||Version 7.00|
|See also:||!code_target, Special characters|