Is there any way to take a fileencoding setting (for instance utf8 or cp1252) that you might set and find out what it's valid hex range is?

When a character falls outside the range, it is displayed with a <XY> hex code in the file, so vim knows what the range is, but how do I the user display it?

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  • @Would looking at vim’s source code reveal anything? – leeand00 Jan 15 at 12:44
  • Better perhaps to google the fileencodings – D. Ben Knoble Jan 15 at 13:43

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