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Sometimes one may want to change the current document’s encoding on-the-fly. For example, it may be useful to coerce a UTF-8 document into GB18030 just to see what weird characters will be shown with the current font.
It seems that
editor.ExecuteCommandByID(6656 + i); is not perfectly suitable for this purpose. Is there a general-purpose function like
ReloadFileAs(encoding) or another way for the user to specify encoding values (e.g., 54936 for GB18030)? Thanks.
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