How to print US-ASCII - Codepage 20127 characters in a non-English window setting

How to print US-ASCII - Codepage 20127 characters in a non-English window setting

My class requires US-ASCII - Codepage 20127 or Unicode (UTF-8 without signature) - Codepage 65001 characters to be used on all assignments. However, my computer is run in a non-English Windows 10 for work purposes.

My class requires US-ASCII - Codepage 20127 or Unicode (UTF-8 without signature) - Codepage 65001 characters to be used on all assignments. However, my computer is run in a non-English Windows 10 for work purposes.

I need to, printf("Use \\n to cause a newline; use \\t to cause a tab."); so that \n to cause a newline; use \t to cause a tab, will be displayed.

But since my computer settings are incompatible with ASCII code, it doesn't print \ like it can here. It only prints the character on the button (which looks like W) between backspace button and enter button on both Visual Studio (C) and output window (the black window that pops up after debugging).

What do I need to do to fix this?

I have tried, Tools->Options...->Environment->Documents and unchecked the "Save documents as Unicode when data cannot be saved in codepage" checkbox.

I tried the save with encoding option where I tried both US-ASCII - Codepage 20127 and Unicode (UTF-8 without signature) - Codepage 65001. My computer still prints the W, not \.

My coding:

#include <stdio.h>

int main(void) { printf("Use \n to cause a newline; use \t to cause a tab.\n"); return 0; }

This ouputs Wn to cause a newline; use Wt to cause a tab., where W is the character on the button between backspace button and enter button.


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