Transcoding: Beyond the Basics
Peter Edberg - Apple Computer, Inc.
Initially, conversion of text from one character encoding to another - and in particular between Unicode and other encodings - may seem straightforward: Just convert characters in one encoding into the equivalent character - if there is one - in another encoding. However, there are many subtle issues involved in deciding when characters in different encodings are equivalent:
This talks describes many such issues, and presents techniques for handling them.
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