A.Grahn at fz-rossendorf.de
Wed Aug 3 09:39:24 CEST 2005
Thank you William and Pierre for your answers,
I will give the ucs-package a try. My computer has not been generally unicode
enabled. Therefore, original strings are ordinary (8 bit?)-ASCII.
I found an example PDF-file which suits my needs. At one position therein
the string appears as
and at another as
[(^@s^@o^@m^@e^@s^@t^@r^@i^@n^@g) 10 0 R ...]
if I open the file in the Vim editor.
The first occurence is obviously plain ASCII and the second one Unicode
(the PDF-specification 1.6 is saying this).
If, for example, I define a string
! Text line contains an invalid character.
Maybe the ucs-package helps to properly escape the nonprintable
characters. Nevertheless, I must get them somehow into the PDF
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