Command: utf8tocp

  UTF8TOCP converts text files between UTF-8 and other codepages,
  both ways.


  utf8tocp [-r] encid file.txt
  utf8tocp -d encid outfile.bin
  utf8tocp -l
  utf8tocp /?

    where encid is the identifier of the target encoding, from the list below:
    437   - Original IBM PC codepage 437
    775   - CP 775 (a.k.a. 'MS-DOS Baltic Rim')
    808   - CP 808 (like 866, but with euro symbol)
    850   - CP 850 (a.k.a. 'Latin 1')
    852   - CP 852 (a.k.a. 'Latin 2')
    857   - CP 857 ('MS-DOS Turkish')
    858   - CP 858 (like 850, but with euro symbol)
    866   - CP 866
   1250   - Windows-1250 codepage
   1252   - Windows-1252 codepage
    kam   - Kamenicky encoding (a.k.a. CP867 or CP895)
    maz   - Mazovia (a.k.a. CP667, CP790 or CP991)


  -r  if specified, reverses the conversion (codepage -> UTF-8).
  -d  dumps the map table for encid into a file, output format is a
      sequence of 16-bit little-endian unicode codepoints for each
      codepage byte in the range 128..255.
  -l  displays the list of supported codepages.
  /?  Shows the help


  UTF8TOCP is needed for AMB where is used to change
  different codepages to UTF-8 and vice-versa.


  utf8tocp 858 unicode.txt > cp858.txt  (changes Unicode text to CP858)
  utf8tocp -r 858 cp858.txt > unicode.txt (changes CP858 text to Unicode)
  utf8tocp -d 858 list.txt see above

See also:


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  This file is derived from the FreeDOS Spec Command HOWTO.
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