In my markdown file (coming from a Windows computer on which I have no control), I have several multi-byte characters.
Some text xx Some text yy Some text
In emacs, they are displayed as \221 and \222 in place of xx and yy respectively. And when I do describe character, I get this:
position: 11 of 34 (29%), column: 10 character: (displayed as ) (codepoint 145, #o221, #x91) preferred charset: iso-8859-1 (Latin-1 (ISO/IEC 8859-1)) code point in charset: 0x91 syntax: w which means: word category: l:Latin to input: type "C-x 8 RET 91" or "C-x 8 RET PRIVATE USE ONE" buffer code: #xC2 #x91 file code: #x91 (encoded by coding system iso-latin-1-dos) display: no font available Character code properties: customize what to show old-name: PRIVATE USE ONE general-category: Cc (Other, Control) decomposition: (145) ('') There are text properties here: charset iso-8859-1 fontified t
How do I query-replace (or replace-regexp or replace-string) these characters?
I mean, when it asks me to enter the string to replace, how do I enter \221 or \222, etc.?