But the ones you have written aren't characters Z and z, but rather they are 
accented characters (Z or z with a caron, or hacek). They are in the upper 128 
of an 8-bit char table and will vary depending on the char set. If you look 
at ISO 8859-2 Latin Alphabet 2 then they map differently from the mapping you 
have indicated below. You must be using a different char set. In any event, you 
asked for plain Z and z, which is not what you've indicated below.

- web

At 2:39 PM +0200 5/17/06, Wim Hooghwinkel \(Scriptware\) wrote:
>ok, I found it (saved FM as MIF):
>entity "zcaron" is fm char "\xfe";
>entity "Zcaron" is fm char "\xfa";
>Met vriendelijke groet / kind regards,
>Wim Hooghwinkel wimh at scriptware.nl
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>-----Original Message-----
>From: Steve Rickaby [mailto:srickaby at wordmongers.demon.co.uk]
>Sent: Wednesday, May 17, 2006 2:23 PM
>To: Wim Hooghwinkel (Scriptware)
>Subject: Re: Hex code Z and z
>>I am trying to find the hex code for Z and z - these are not in the character 
>>set PDF. Where to find?
>z = 7A
>Z = 5A
>(Or at least, that's what PopChar is telling me.)
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