Thanks for all of your help, Torsten. I got it figured out. Emacs wasn't very
pleasant, but it led me to see what I needed to do. I checked the binary
representations of the characters at www.fileformat.info and used the two
characters they represent to make each one I needed. For anyone who would like
to see what it ended up looking like, check out
Maybe it would have been easier to write a C++ program that outputs a string to
a file, since the unicode escape (\u00A1, for example) is really simple.
Anyhow, it's done.
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> > I tried using Emacs, but changing the encoding didn't affect anything.
> Just loading the file, changing the encoding and saving it again won't do
> anything. The encoding switches are meant for newly entered text.
> That means that you will have to re-enter the characters with the UTF-8
> encoding switched on.
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