>I need to make an HTML document with UTF-8 encoding. I'm on a Mac running
>Mac OS 8.5, and to my knowledge I have no tools which will allow me to just
>format UTF-8, so I will have to type in the double-byte characters it by
My partner is in the same boat. He is planning to write a program
in Chipmunk Basic that will convert an 8-bit document into UTF-8.
I imagine the same could be done in Perl, C, Pascal or whatever,
fairly simple task (at least in theory): suck in one byte from the
input file, look up the UTF-8 equivalent and send it to the
output file; repeat until end of input file.
What does one have to do to see Unicode docs on Netscape (Mac 4.08)?
Install WorldScript? Does WorldScript require QuickDraw GX?
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