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You can use the "display table" feature to control how all 256
possible character codes display on the screen. This is useful for
displaying European languages that have letters not in the ASCII
The display table maps each character code into a sequence of
"glyphs", each glyph being an image that takes up one character
position on the screen. You can also define how to display each glyph
on your terminal, using the "glyph table".
- Display Table Format
- What a display table consists of.
- Active Display Table
- How Emacs selects a display table to use.
- How to define a glyph, and what glyphs mean.
- ISO Latin 1
- How to use display tables
to support the ISO Latin 1 character set.
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