Mozilla Windows/Unix distributions include Unicode/native charset
converter utility called "nsconv" by Frank Tang. You can download any
recent Mozilla builds from here:
Once you install a Mozilla build, the utility "nsconv" will be found in
the same directory as the mozilla.exe.
Here's the basic command line for using this utility -- any one of the
following would be OK.
1. nsconv -f source_charsetname -t target_charsetname source_filename
2. nsconv -f source_charsetname -t target_charsetname source_filename >
3. nsconv -f source_charsetname -t target_charsetname < source_filename
You can use the charset names you see within the parentheses of the
Character Coding menu for
source_charsetname and target_charsetname, e.g. iso-8859-1, Shift_JIS,
Big5, EUC-KR, UTF-8, etc. Use x-u-escaped for Escaped Unicode. The newly
created file does not seem to replace an existing file and so you should
not have a target file in existence.
The supported charset can be found at the end of this document:
- Kat Momoi
Netscape International Client Products Group
Ursula Röwekamp wrote:
> I'm badly looking for a converter from unicode to ANSI/ASCII for Windows
> 98/ Windows NT.
> I Know that there is a tool called UCONVERT from MicroSoft, but I can't
> find any download for that.
> Anybody who could help me please answer!
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