From: "Robert Brady" <email@example.com>
> > I don't need excuse because using utf-16. My pages are well readable on
> >web browsers which support Unicode.
> "It works for me" is not a sufficiently good reason to do something.
For you or for me ?
On MY platform it is NATIVE coding. I use it DIRECTLY without ANY work.
> not use
> a) ASCII, with character entity references
ASCII ? Why not use Morse's code with entities ?
> b) UTF-8
What for, EXACTLY ?!
> both of which are INFINITELY preferable to the sick idea of using UTF-16
> for web pages.
Utf-16 is another encodings. Even if today isn't very popular, software which support it is very popular.
> > > Content-Type: text/html; charset=UTF-16
> > Tell this to server which public my pages.
> That's your problem, not mine.
I have no problem. :-)))
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