>>>>> "CN" == Csaba Nagy <nagy(at)ecircle-ag(dot)com> writes:
CN> The full story is that I typed 'ü' (u-umlaut if it won't render
CN> correctly) and backspace before the '1'. I guess the backspace
CN> will delete byte-wise and will so fail to delete properly
CN> multi-byte characters.
Backspace deletes character-wise, as long as you have LANG set
correctly. Check LANG and the LC_* environment variables.
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