You should normally be able to use the default, UTF-8 encoding for all of your terminal needs. If you do find that you regularly need to use a different character encoding for a specific task, you canwith a different encoding.
Open Edit ▸ Preferences.
Your current profile is selected in the sidebar. If you wish to edit a different profile, click on its name.
Open the Compatibility tab and set the character encoding.
Most modern operating systems now support and use UTF-8 character encoding by default.
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