On 10 jan, 16:24, "F. Senault" <f... / lacave.net> wrote:
> It depends.       
> have to use CP850.
>
> The character for is 228 in the ISO8859-1 [1]encodingthat your file
> seems to use, and that corresponds to the character in CP850 [2].
>
> Now, if you're writing something on the screen as a means of control or
> debug while manipulating files, don't convert your output to CP850 in
> your resulting file !      
Hi and sorry for the delay,

You were right. The screen output was the only one concerned by the
issue. The result in the filesystem was allright. So everything is
working as expected since I have no need to display the filenames once
in production.

Thanks to both of you