I've been happily using Matlab since release 4 (back in 1996), both in windows and in linux, without complains. However, still in 2012, seems that the mac version still lacks a basic feature like proper unicode support. Does anyone know how to properly display unicode characters in the builtin editor in mac osx? I'm using matlab 220.127.116.119 (R2010a) on osx lion (10.7.2). This can't be so hard, or can it be? Thanks in advance. Best regards, Juan
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I do not have the Mac version to test with.
The Linux version appears, in my testing, to accept UTF-8 encoded .m files; e.g. I can store Thai with no difficulty. When byte sequences such as the ones for Tibetan are pasted in to the MATLAB editor on Linux, the execution-time recovery of the bytes is correct.
This doesn't answer about Mac, but it would be interesting to see what the MAC version did with such a file.
disp('பாமரராய் விலங்குகளாய், உலகனைத்தும் இகழ்ச்சிசொலப் பான்மை கெட்டு,')