Unicode File Conversion

Tksee Lhsoh tksee at yahoo.com
Fri Aug 3 01:40:50 CEST 2001


Thank you Martin for answering me again!

I think my representation in the previous article was wrong. Sorry!

I would like to convert unicode strings to strings of a ceratin code such
as
ISO 8859-1 and ISO 8859-2 in Europe, ISO 8859-7 in Greece,
EUC and Shift-JIS in Japan,...

And would be really glad if there are any converters!

Thanks.

> > I would like to convert unicode strings to a certain code
> > such as "Thai, Korean, Greek,...".
> >
> > Is there any converter or something useful for above purpose ?
>
> Thai, Korean, and Greek are natural languages, not codes. You need to
> pick an encoding first. If you want to use an encoding that can
> represent all those languages, I recommend UTF-8. If you need any
> other encoding, please let us know what it is.




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