Big5 is the DBCS encoding used for traditional Chinese characters (Taiwan
Chinese). It can not be used for Korean. It uses code page 950.
UTF-8 is a Unicode encoding.
From: Sandeep Krishna [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Wednesday, September 27, 2000 10:57 PM
Cc: Carl W. Brown; Bob Verbrugge; Kedar Moghe
can someone tell me...what does the Encoding in the browser (IE5)
does it mean that the Encoding (say UTF-8 or Chinese Big5) shall be used
for encoding/ decoding any data ..(page) to be displayed or sent....
i mean if i use an encoding like Big5 does it encode a chinese
character...similar to utf-8 or differently..???
and can i display a Korean charactrer... using big5???
pls explain the Encoding.part??????
thankx and regards,
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