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17 World Scripts Support

If you compile XEmacs with Mule option, it supports a wide variety of
world scripts, including Latin script, as well as Arabic script,
Simplified Chinese script (for mainland of China), Traditional Chinese
script (for Taiwan and Hong-Kong), Greek script, Hebrew script, IPA
symbols, Japanese scripts (Hiragana, Katakana and Kanji), Korean scripts
(Hangul and Hanja) and Cyrillic script (for Byelorussian, Bulgarian,
Russian, Serbian and Ukrainian).  These features have been merged from
the modified version of Emacs known as MULE (for "MULti-lingual
Enhancement to GNU Emacs").

Mule Intro
Basic concepts of Mule.
Language Environments
Setting things up for the language you use.
Input Methods
Entering text characters not on your keyboard.
Select Input Method
Specifying your choice of input methods.
Mule and Fonts
Additional font-related issues
Coding Systems
Character set conversion when you read and
write files, and so on.
Recognize Coding
How XEmacs figures out which conversion to use.
Specify Coding
Various ways to choose which conversion to use.

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