Hmmm! In Windows Terminal I see a rendering of it that looks more like Google's (than TCMD's rendering; consoles just give the unprintable symbol). Why does TCMD show it differently? And I'd like to know how WT/TCCTCMD/ConHost (???) knows it's right-to-left text. In the third line below, I pasted it on the command line and pressed backspace once; the cursor was at the righthand end but the leftmost character was deleted.
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Hey @vefatica do you get the same results using the @UNICODE function on Windows Terminal as TCMD?
e:\utils>echo %@line[test.txt,0] ┘à╪▒╪¡╪¿╪º
e:\utils>echo %@line[test.txt,0] | *view
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