By design, Intervals handles all data, input or output, import or export, as UTF-8. UTF-8, a subset of Unicode, is a method of encoding data that essentially treats the data as "region-neutral." This gives Intervals truly international support.However, some Intervals users recently ran into trouble when attempting to export data into Microsoft products. Specifically, MS Excel has trouble opening CSV files encoded in UTF8. Characters outside the range of ASCII characters get garbled into nonsense. Excel does have support for Unicode, it's spotty. Here are some of the issues we encountered when trying to make CSV output more friendly to MS Excel:
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