DKF wonders what all that was about?
RS: An obvious drive-by scribble, most probably from Korea. The characters, except for the brackets, are jamo, Korean letters (Unicode page 31), from which hangul syllable signs are built. The H-like structure is an A-I ligature (ã���� + ã��£ = ã����), typically transliterated ae as in Daejon ë����ì ��.
MG March 7th 2006 - windir is an environment variable on Windows computers (running XP, at least - anyone know about other versions?) which, predictably enough, seems to point to the dir where Windows is installed.
See also: env