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Code to use CE Vector Encoding to write PostScript program in Hungarian

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Oct 16, 2014 Oct 16, 2014

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Hello,

I would like to get some help, to make available the code for CE Vector Encoding.

In the book: PostScript Language Reference Third Edition by Adobe, 1999, on page 349, Example 5.8 gives the Encoding for the ISOLatin1 character set.

This example works and gives for the Hungarian language

40 characters.

However the Hungarian language consist of 44 characters.

The missing characters are part of the CE Vector Encoding set.

To be able to use the complete Hungarian language I WOULD LIKE TO HAVE THE CHANGES FOR THE CODE IN EXAMPLE 5.8 FOR THE CE ENCODING.

I am not able to do it, and so far my search to obtain that is fruitless.

I am using and promoting PostSrcipt on my own. I have at least

15 presentation and papers in Canada, Hungary and the USA.

YOUR HELP IS VERY-VERY MUCH APPRECIATED.

Dr. Dezső Nagy

Ottawa, ON.

Canada

1-613-729-7809

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