Re: Unicode on a website

From: Doug Ewell (
Date: Sat Sep 23 2000 - 18:16:36 EDT

David Starner <> wrote:

> There's no confusion. If the content tag is going to be read without
> outside knowledge of the encoding form, then it's got to be in ASCII,
> and since it's got to be in SCSU, too, it has to be in that common
> subset - i.e. CR/LF/HT and printable ASCII.

Well, that's certainly true -- the Content-Type tag does have to be in
straight ASCII. I thought you meant that SCSU itself was straight
ASCII, which is only true in the trivial case.

-Doug Ewell
 Fullerton, California

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